BERLIN (AP) — Germany's forests — long a source of pride and national identity — are feeling the heat.

A second consecutive year of unusually dry and warm weather has left swaths of dead and dying trees, fueling fears that the storied woods in more than a few of the fairytales by the Brothers Grimm could be heading for an unhappy end.

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