Watch As These Towering Giant Trees Are Climbed In 360 Video

Published 2 Mar 2018, 15:08 GMT
360° Climbing Giants

Climb to the top of the biggest trees on earth with National Geographic VR. Deep inside Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks a team of scientists are studying how these 3,000-year-old trees are reacting to sudden climate change. This is truly spectacular journey you’ve got to see to believe.

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