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Viktor Radushinskiy, a member of Ukraine's forestry department in Zhytomyr, looks at a site in the northern Ukrainian woods where a fighter jet crashed. Claire Harbage/NPR hide caption

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Ukraine invasion — explained

Shredded trees, dead dolphins and wildfires — how Russia's invasion is hurting nature

The environmental impacts from Russia's invasion of Ukraine could be felt far longer than the war itself.

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Shredded trees, dead dolphins and wildfires — how Russia's invasion is hurting nature

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