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

International

ZHYTOMYR, Ukraine — When the fighter jet crashed into these northwestern Ukrainian woods, killing its 27-year-old pilot, splintering trees and spewing fuel, it tore a gash in the forest canopy. Then it exploded. The wildfire that followed charred trees and earth, threatening two nearby villages. Two months later, fire extinguished, the area still smells like…

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