Mary Beth Griggs, Assistant Editor at Popular Science, discusses a new article that details the benefit and the harm to ecosystems when massive hurricanes like Irma and Harvey hit. Griggs talks about animal displacement and how many of them, like the alligators seen after Harvey and Irma, are able to go back to their natural habitats. Griggs discusses how Hurricane Sandy actually helped clear polluted water out of the New York and New Jersey area. We also talk climate change and how hard it is to differentiate between a bad hurricane season and the effects of global warming. Griggs says there is no sure way to tell but that the effect climate is having on warming waters is something scientists are studying.