Mother Nature And Hurricane Katrina

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Mother Nature is a natural force that can brighter days or bring terrible and traumatic experiences upon humanity and the environment. Humans and wildlife live out their lives in environments that have stable climates suitable to raise families and purse a career. While plants and wildlife help the environment and humans in many different ways. Including, but not limited too providing habitats for animals, helps make and preserve soil, makes food for humans and wildlife. As well as make oxygen so we can breath. The earth is truly a wonderful place to live. However, occasionally Mother Nature will show an unattractive side of herself. The ugly side is that we cannot stop the unseen from occurring or just how severe the outcome will be to the Humans and wildlife affected from a natural disaster.
The week of the storm
Hurricane Katrina is the third most powerful and deadliest hurricanes to occur in the 21st century in the U.S.A. Southern states are known to have the occasional hurricane yearly through out August to early November. However, citizens were not quiet prepared for how serve Hurricane Katrina was going to be. Hurricane Katrina originated in the Bahamas on August 23, 2005 the storm swiftly made its way to Louisiana, Mississippi, and Alabama Gulf coast within days. Over 300,000 people were displaced and evacuees relocated throughout the United States. On August 29,2005 after several days of high wind volume and major rain fall hurricane Katrina made its

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