One of the biggest myths surrounding pit bulls and other so-called “bully breeds” centers on the acceptance of these dogs into homes with children. Understandably, many parents want to make sure a family companion will be another loving, protective addition to their homes, and many have looked past the misconceptions to see these dogs for what they really are; just about the nicest pups there are.
This Giant Redwood (Sequoiadendron giganteum ) was collected for the Field Museum’s collection in 1911. It was 22 ft in diameter. Record trees have been measured to be 311 ft (94.8 m) in height and over 56 ft (17 m) in diameter.