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Wounded Nature: The Station Fire's Burn Scar

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Last week we showed you NASA's series of images from space of the Station Fire and its ugly spread across the Angeles National Forest. The fire remains less than fully contained, and last week another image was added to the series of shots, this one indicating the "burn scar" from the massive wildfire. Much like a scar on our bodies, this is a wound that is going to take quite some time to heal.

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