“These stumps are so big, they're upwards of two meters (6 feet) in diameter - the size of trucks. They probably contain thousands of growth rings.”
- Grant Harley, Ph.D., Geography, Univ. of So. Mississippi
July 25, 2013 Mobile, Alabama - Ancient bald cypress forests (Taxodium distichumonce) dominated swamps in the southeastern United States for at least 2,000 years.
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