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Snapped willow trunks are perches for egrets and ibis that survived hurricane Andrew in the Atchafalaya river basin in Louisiana.

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A cage full of red-lored Amazon parrots (Amazona autumnalis) which survived Hurricane Andrew; only two were lost in the storm.

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A man, who owns a animal capture business called “Pesky Critter”, attempts to rope a stray pig after hurricane Andrew.

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A Marine soldier cradles a little boy in a Florida city relief camp after hurricane Andrew.

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A young girl holds up before and after drawings of her house after hurricane Andrew destroyed it.

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A father and son view a fish kill, some of the 182 million fish which suffocated when organic matter depleted the oxygen supply in the Atchafalaya river basin after hurricane Andrew.

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A woman feeds 23 cats that are now homeless after hurricane Andrew, which she has adopted.

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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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