Beach 4, Olympic National Park, Washington

Notes: Horsetails are a widespread, moisture-loving plant with prehistoric roots. Giant horsetails were abundant during the time of the dinosaurs, growing alongside tree ferns and club mosses. Their leaves appear to be very good at collecting and distributing moisture along their drooping "leaf" tips.

[Photo - Horsetails: Beach 4, Olympic National Park, Washington]
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