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New vegetation growing amongst charred trees devastated by The McLure fire of 2003. 26,420 hecatres were destroyed in the Thompson-Nicola regional district of British Columbia, Canada during the dryest summer in 50 years.  The fire was started by a discard : Stock Photo

New vegetation growing amongst charred trees devastated by The McLure fire of 2003. 26,420 hecatres were destroyed in the Thompson-Nicola regional district of British Columbia, Canada during the dryest summer in 50 years. The fire was started by a discard

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Oxford Scientific
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