The massive wildfires ripping through California are said to be the most destructive and deadly in the state's history. Since November 8, altogether the fires have spread across more than 230,000 acres or about 364 square miles. As of Tuesday, Nov. 13, the death toll is up to 50.

To give you a better idea of just how enormous these fires really are, NBC put together an interactive map that allows you to compare the size of the three California wildfires -- Camp Fire, Woolsey Fire, and Hill Fire -- to the size of any area on the map.

The Camp Fire in Northern California is the largest of the three, and if it was placed on top of Wichita Falls, it would cover the entire city and then some. As of Tuesday, the Camp Fire stretched across 201 square miles, that's 2.9 times the size of Wichita Falls' 70 square miles or the equivalent of 88,000 football fields.

California fire size compared to Wichita Falls
California Camp Fire size compared to Wichita Falls (NBC)

The Woolsey Fire, located near Los Angeles, has covered 156 square miles, about 2.2 times the size of Wichita Falls.

California Woolsey Fire size map
California Woolsey Fire size compared to Wichita Falls (NBC)

The Hill Fire was 7 square miles as of Tuesday and is 0.1 times the size of Wichita Falls.

California Fire size map
California Hill Fire size compared to Wichita Falls (NBC)

Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced that about 200 firefighters and 55 fire engines from across Texas are headed to California to help fight the wildfire outbreak, including 12 firefighters and 4 pieces of equipment from Wichita Falls.

According to CBS News, a new lawsuit claims Pacific Gas & Electric, a major utility company, is to blame for the fires after allegedly failing to inspect and properly maintain its powerlines.

The Camp Fire has claimed 48 lives, destroyed 7,600 homes with 15,000 more threatened, and is only 35 percent contained. Firefighters say the blaze may not be fully contained until the end of November.

Rapidly-Spreading Wildfire In California's Butte County Prompts Evacuations
PARADISE, CA - NOVEMBER 09: A line of burned out abandoned cars sit on the road after the Camp Fire moved through the area on November 9, 2018 in Paradise, California. Fueled by high winds and low humidity, the rapidly spreading Camp Fire ripped through the town of Paradise and has quickly charred 70,000 acres and has destroyed numerous homes and businesses in a matter of hours. The fire is currently at five percent containment. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

The Woolsey Fire has claimed two lives, destroyed 435 structures with 57,000 more threatened, and is 47 percent contained.

Fast-Spreading Hill and Woolsey Fires Force Evacuations In California's Ventura County
MALIBU, CA - NOVEMBER 09: The Woolsey Fire approaches homes on November 9, 2018 in Malibu, California. About 75,000 homes have been evacuated in Los Angeles and Ventura counties due to two fires in the region. (Photo by David McNew/Getty Images)

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