A fire tug fights flames from oil and other industrial waste that caught fire on the Cuyahoga River near downtown Cleveland in 1952. That, scientists suggest, was the beginning of an epoch of havoc created by humans.
A fire tug fights flames from oil and other industrial waste that caught fire on the Cuyahoga River near downtown Cleveland in 1952. That, scientists suggest, was the beginning of an epoch of havoc created by humans. Uncredited AP
A fire tug fights flames from oil and other industrial waste that caught fire on the Cuyahoga River near downtown Cleveland in 1952. That, scientists suggest, was the beginning of an epoch of havoc created by humans. Uncredited AP
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