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Posted: 5/22/2002 2:50:27 AM EST
A young elephant seal, one of several marine mammals sickened by a naturally occurring poison found in microscopic sealife, peers from its enclosure at the Marine Mammal Care Center, Saturday, May 18, 2002, in the San Pedro district of Los Angeles. About 70 dolphins and more than 200 sea lions and 200 seabirds, including endangered brown pelicans, have sickened or died. Such algae "blooms" occur periodically, but experts say this one is unusually toxic. (AP Photo/Reed Saxon)
Hmmm, yet a [u]natural[/u] disaster...
That Mother Nature sure is a b|tch, ain't she?
Quick! Let's get the lawsuit started. Name Mother Nature as the defendant.
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