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Virus imperils Amazon deforestation, Brazil's indigenous tribes

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Virus imperils Amazon deforestation, Brazil's indigenous tribes

Virus imperils Amazon deforestation, Brazil's indigenous tribes

Coronavirus fears lead to increased logging in Brazil's Amazon and disease puts indigenous people's health at risk.

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