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AIDA aids 6 immigrant Opossums rescued in Idaho. The mother and 4 siblings were killed by a car, and the surviving infants were raised and released last fall in western Washington
On the first Earth Day, in 1970, a cartoon poster appeared at rallies in all 50 states. It showed a rueful (Pogo) opossum picking up papers, bottles, cans, wrappers—the detritus of modern life. Superimposed on the image were the words.
That poster has stayed in print for more than four decades and remains as pertinent now as on the day it was created by Walt Kelly. At his zenith, from about 1950 to 1970, Kelly was the most popular cartoonist in America.