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Burned trees surround cattle grazing in a meadow August 3, 2000 in... News PhotoBurnt,California,Californian Sierra Nevada,Cattle,Emergencies and Disasters,Fire - Natural Phenomenon,Firefighter,Forest,Forest Fire,Grazing,Meadow,National Forest,Outdoors,Rescue Worker,Sequoia National Forest,Sequoia Tree,Surrounding,Tree,USAPhotographer Collection: Hulton Archive 375014 03: Burned trees surround cattle grazing in a meadow August 3, 2000 in the wake of a wildfire, known as the Manter Fire, in the Sequoia National Forest in the southern Sierra Nevada Mountains west of Ridgecrest, CA. So far the fire has burned over 72,000 acres and destroyed at least eight homes. 1,700 firefighters are battling the fire, currently California's biggest, as this fire season shapes up to be the worst in the West since 1988. Nearby Sequoia National Park, home to some of the world's biggest trees, is not effected. (Photo by David McNew/Newsmakers)