Eighty percent of Yellowstone is covered by the lodgepole pine, the world's most boring tree, and many are dead due to the level of the hot pools. The tree roots are cooked. Also, the mountain pine beetle is feasting on them, killing them. Some of it is left over from the 1988 fire. Interestingly, though, intense heat is needed for the pine to propagate. So, the forest ultimately grows back. In the meantime, it's common in the backcountry to find a blackened forest where the forest floor is filled with fireweed flowers. A visitor says, "It's a strange, sort of beautiful, sight. What's creepy is hearing the dead trees creak and groan in a stiff wind.”
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