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Irma Is But The Latest Disaster To Strike The Everglades

Image. Gerald Herbert/AP As Hurricane Irma rakes the west coast of Florida, all eyes are on the cities and human lives in the storm's path. But Irma is also hammering the Florida Everglades, and the scientists familiar with this fragile ecosystem are concerned the storm could deliver a devastating blow. More »      
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