Redwoods belong to a very old family of trees that, millions of years ago, was found all over the world. Today, however, the natural range of the three modern redwood species is much more limited. Two redwood species are limited to coastal and mountain habitat in California, and these are the redwoods most people are familiar with. A third species, the dawn redwood, can be found in a comparatively small area in China. Although redwoods have now been transplanted by horticulturalists in many other places, California and China are the only parts of the world where these trees occur naturally today.
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