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Maine's Penobscot River restored after 200 years

After 10 years, the country's largest river restoration project is complete, and the Penobscot River in Maine has been restored to its natural state. By removing dams and increasing energy production at other plants, the $62 million project is helping revive the fish population and making a difference to the people who rely on the river. Chip Reid reports.
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