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On the Hole

Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

A piece of dead wood from an Aspen tree continues its long rest in view of the distant Teton Range. Each Aspen tree will live for 50 to 150 years, but their root systems can actually survive and spawn new growth under the right situations over a period of centuries.

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