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At the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park, one of the first things visitors see is a phone booth covered in moss. The dense vegetation in the park contrasts sharply with the barren terrain of nearby clear-cut forestland.
Throughout the Hoh Rain Forest, trees are overcome with moss, often from the ground all the way to their tops.
Branch over creek
A moss-covered branch extends over a creek in the Hoh Rain Forest in Olympic National Park in Washington.