Bachelor and Three Graces

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The Bachelor and Three Graces are a group of four giant sequoia trees located in the Mariposa Grove of Yosemite. The Bachelor is a single giant sequoia tree that stands 230 feet tall and has a diameter of 24 feet at its base. It's named "The Bachelor" because it's the tallest tree in the grove and stands alone. The tree is estimated to be over 2,000 years old. The Three Graces are a group of three giant sequoia trees that are situated close to each other. The trees are also over 2,000 years old and each has a diameter of around 20 feet. The three trees together are named "The Three Graces" after the three daughters of Zeus in Greek mythology.