Wildlife Bounces Back in Gulf Wetlands

Last year's hurricanes knocked out animal habitat and altered the map of the wetlands rimming the Gulf of Mexico. Now the wild things are starting to return, from gators to crawfish to many kinds of birds. John Burnett reports.



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