Heavy rains quickly rose the Lake level, and the Metasequoia glyptostroboides is flooded.
A strong wind from Mergozzo announces the storm that comes down from the Simplon valley.
The young Metasequoia glyptostroboides is washed up, but it likes water, anyway.
Huge waves hit the Taxodium distichum grove.
The Metasequoia glyptostroboides is one of the oldest living creatures of planet Earth.
The genus Metasequoia was first described in 1941 as a fossil of the Mesozoic Era, and none of the fossils discovered were less than 1.5 million years old.
Originally, it was considered extinct, but around 1943, living specimens were found in the province of Hubei, China.
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