More than 100 million trees destroyed in California forests

Wildfires have caused plenty of damage to forests in the US.

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    Wildfires have caused plenty of damage to forests in the United States.

    Scientists in California say a plague of beetles is a worrying new factor that's killing trees on a scale never seen before.

    Al Jazeera’s Rob Reynolds reports from Eldorado National Forest, California.


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