28 May '11, 3pm

Eco-photos of the week: May 22-28 -- #Photography #Fotografia

Eco-photos of the week: May 22-28 -- #Photography #Fotografia

This bird's-eye view shows the remains of a neighborhood in Joplin, Mo., that was decimated by a tornado on May 22. At least 125 people in the town of about 50,000 people were killed, making this the deadliest single tornado in the U.S. in 60 years. Related Links What causes tornadoes? Joplin: Incredible stories of tornado survival Related Topics Animals NASA Natural Disasters Photography Tornado

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