Bristlecone Pine tree, Great Basin National park, Nevada, USA
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Bristle cone pine of Great Basin National Park, Nevada
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Bristlecone pine tree at the rim of the Bryce Canyon, Utah, USA
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Ancient Bristle Cone Pines, White Mountains, California
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Ancient Bristle Cone Pine Great Basin National Park Nevada US
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The Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest in the White Mountains of California
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Bristle Cone Tree Grows Large Over Thousands of Years in Great Basin National Park
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Bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva) on the trail to Telescope Peak, Panamint Mountain Range, Death Valley National Park, California
RFRETRN4Bristlecone pine (Pinus longaeva) on the trail to Telescope Peak, Panamint Mountain Range, Death Valley National Park, California
Bristle cone pine tree at 10,000 feet in Wheeler Peak Basin in Great Basin National near Baker, Nevada
RMCE8BPWBristle cone pine tree at 10,000 feet in Wheeler Peak Basin in Great Basin National near Baker, Nevada
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Ancient Bristle Cone Pines, White Mountains, California
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Ancient Bristle Cone Pine Great Basin National Park Nevada US
RMB666JAAncient Bristle Cone Pine Great Basin National Park Nevada US