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HURRICANE KATRINA AFTERMATH

HURRICANE KATRINA AFTERMATH
The New Orleans skyline is seen from across the marsh in St. Bernard Parish southeast of the city November 29, 2005. Louisiana's 3 million acres of wetlands, a natural defense from storms like Hurricane Katrina, are being lost at a rate of about 75 square kilometers annually. St. Bernard Parish was devastated by the storm, and 80 percent of New Orleans was flooded after levees collapsed. Residents of the area breathe a sigh of relief as the Atlantic hurricane season comes to an end November 30. (UPI Photo/A.J. Sisco)
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