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Joel Sartore on assignment for NGM, by Gerald Herbert/AP. An oil covered pelican sits stuck in thick beached oil at Queen Bess Island in Barataria Bay, just off the Gulf of Mexico in Plaquemines Parish, La., Saturday, June 5, 2010. (AP Photo/Gerald Herbert – Call 402.474.1006 for licensing info.)

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Bulldozers sit idle among the debris left by Hurricane Andrew.

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A man watches a sugar cane loader remove debris caused by Hurricane Andrew.

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A man stands in front of a mountain of debris left by Hurricane Andrew.

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A sugar cane loader is used to remove debris caused by Hurricane Andrew.

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Power crews work on bucket cranes to restore power along Highway 56 in Cocodrie, Louisiana after Hurricane Andrew.

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A sugar cane loader is used to remove debris caused by Hurricane Andrew.

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A woman tries to sweep up what remains of her house after it was destroyed by Hurricane Andrew. Charleston, Louisiana.

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The Seaward Explorer, one of many boats blown ashore during Hurricane Andrew. (Dade Country, FL.)

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The Seaward Explorer, one of many boats blown ashore during Hurricane Andrew. (Dade Country, FL.)

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A boat ruined during Hurricane Andrew, surrounded by hundreds of fish killed during the storm in Louisiana.

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A boat run aground during Hurricane Andrew near the coast of central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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After Hurricane Andrew, thousands of fish lie dead along a barrier island off the coast of Central Louisiana.

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