What was the worst thing for the environment in WWI?



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    The worst environmental damage of World War II was a result of the atomic bombs dropped over Japan in 1945. Not only did it kill thousands and thousands of innocent civilians, but the bombs also disrupted many natural cycles, crippling the islands ecosystems. Soils and water in the affected areas were contaminated making it impossible to farm or fish, and many animals suffered genetic mutations also making them damaging to humans. The destruction of trees and other plant life as well as the removal of many vital microorganisms led to a complete breakdown in the natural food chains that can still be felt today.

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