The Week in Pictures: Zombie Attacks, Sockeye Salmon Disappear, Fiji Water, and More

From 9 million Sockeye Salmon mysteriously disappearing from Fraser River to Peta's latest ad "Save the Whales. Lose the Blubber. Go Vegetarian." -- that has feminists and progressive health groups outraged -- a lot happened this week. An exposé in Mother Jones confirmed the common sense notion that drinking bottled water shipped from the South Pacific is a wasteful idea; scientists say an attack from zombies would "lead to the collapse of civilization unless dealt with quickly and aggressively," and a Thai elephant got a new prosthetic leg. Find out what else happened in the world of green this week in our photo roundup of most popular, most important, and most oddball stories.


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