Western red cedar found in Vancouver is one of largest trees in Canada

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One of the most massive and gnarly old-growth western redcedars in the Avatar Grove near Port Renfrew, BC is painted for falling in May 2010. Credit – TJ Watt (CC BY-SA 3.0) A pair of big-tree hunters say they have located one of the largest trees in Canada in a remote corner of Lynn Valley…

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