Animation: Forest regrowth faces man-made hurdles
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Animation: Forest regrowth faces man-made hurdles

In some places, scientists are trying to fix man-made flaws that could eventually destroy forest ecosystems. In others, the test is whether the government and private interests can save the forest from becoming suburbs and strip malls. (Patterson Clark/The Washington Post)

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