Weapons Vs. Wildlife: An Uneasy Truce
"[The] Rocky Mountain Arsenal, a 27-square-mile chemical weapons complex [in Colorado] became notorious for the deep scars of pollution that were left on the land...Environmentalists like to say that nature bats last. But the continuing story of the arsenal suggests another way. Here the realms of human and wild appear to have fought to a draw, or at least a kind of uneasy détente."
Thanks to Abhijeet Chavan