The famous park is home to about 2000 sequoias which is also including General Sherman said to be the biggest tree in the world standing 275 feet, and as firefighters struggle with the fire razing the park, they are seeing to it that blankets resistant to fire cover especially General Sherman.
General Sherman is said to also be one of the oldest trees on earth, being at least 2500 years old; it is officially the largest living single stem tree in the world.
About 350 firefighters and planes spilling water have been sent to rescue the trees from the blaze as they ensure that most of the trees are sheathed in aluminium foil to prevent the impact of the fire reaching them as this rescuer set to work.
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According to Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks spokeswoman, Rebecca Paterson, the park has been an important region for a lot of people as it also attracts tourist viewing, hence it would be a shame to have fire ravage the place.
She told the news agency that everything will be done to see to it that this place is well protected.
Experts give credence to the potency of the sequoia trees to be able to withstand fire, stating that evolution has made the sequoia trees so powerful that fires spurred by lightning can hardly bring them down.
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Reports have it that the fires have been approaching from areas covered in shrubs around the Sierra Nevada.
About 7,400 wildfires caused by intense temperatures and severe drought have razed in California this year making climate change an imperative discussion for the entire world.