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Why are Brazil's wetlands engulfed in flames

Terra Daily Tuesday, 15 September 2020
Why are Brazil's wetlands engulfed in flamesRio De Janeiro (AFP) Sept 11, 2020

The Pantanal, the world's biggest tropical wetlands, is burning at record-shattering pace this year as drought-fueled fires devastate its vegetation and celebrated wildlife in an environmental catastrophe. The region, which sits at the southern edge of the Amazon rainforest, is known for its immense biodiversity, drawing wildlife lovers from around the world with its jaguars, jabiru storks,
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