Hurricane Ian: So what exactly happened to all the beautiful and bountiful animals?
Florida is known for its phenomenal wildlife, for the birds and beasts that comb our swamps and roam our beautiful shores.
Sometimes the beauty gets disrupted, like it did last month when Hurricane Ian plowed into Southwest Florida as a near Category-5 storm.
This region has arguably the most vast array of wildlife, ranging from the endangered Florida panther to the invasive Burmese python.
But now the tree canapes and plants (the name Florida is based on the word flora) are all brown and twisted, torn and ripped.
So what exactly happened to all the beautiful and bountiful animals?