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Carine Emer Oct 11
The Hell on Earth! -the largest wetland on Earth still burning. ~ 30% of the biome lost to criminal fires Local people left to their own luck to fight the flames Bolsonaro accomplishing his government plans Vote Biden
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©halecos Amarillosᴳᴸᴼᴮᴬᴸ 🍀ʷAͤNͣOͬNͤYˡMͤOᵍUͥSͦⁿ Sep 28
🎥🛑In footage from , , shows a barren and fire-scorched landscape of the wetlands, littered with wildlife carcasses as hunger and thirst becomes widespread amongst the animals following close to 15,000 fires since June.
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Mel dawson Oct 14
The world's largest tropical wetlands has been ablaze since January..another ecological disaster. Just when we think we have seen the worst, another emerges..can we continue being heartbroken?..isn't it just one continuous heartbreak?
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📚 🦄 Cheryl 🐾 🧢 Oct 5
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Steven Lawry Oct 13
Brazil’s Pantanal wetland on fire. via ⁩ ⁦
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Tatiana Pollastri Sep 30
In my first day in I meet Mr. Divino Humberto, battling walls of flames with a basin of water... A portrait of the ’s Pantanal . For AP with , and
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Gina C Oct 3
Volunteers coming to rescue jaguars, other animals injured during Brazil's wildfires. via
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Jayanth Sharma Sep 23
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Ben Phalan Oct 2
It's not getting as much attention as the Brazilian , but millions of hectares in Bolivia have also burned and continue to burn The future climate scientists have been warning us about for decades is here
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Mark Parrington Oct 1
September 2020 global activity & intensity from Monitoring Service Global Fire Assimilation System . , , , S America & S tropical Africa seasonal fires
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Pierre Markuse Oct 11
🟠 The 🔥 in the region are still burning, State of , 🇧🇷 8 Oct 2020 -2🛰️ Full-size ➡️ + Image is about 300 km wide
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Anna Durbanova Oct 1
, the World’s Biggest , is on Fire - Why You Need to Worry Find more at
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Survival International Oct 9
The are still raging - and in the world's largest wetland, the . Indigenous communities are being hit hardest - and Bolsonaro's genocidal policies are behind it all. Tell him to STOP the burning 👉
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Greenpeace Canada Oct 1
2.3 million hectares of the wetlands in Brazil, home to unique , such as the spotted jaguar, have burned this year. Canada CANNOT sign the free-trade deal w/ Brazil, buying products linked to forest destruction. SAY NO >>
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Future World News Oct 14
The world’s largest tropical has become an inferno🔥 Roughly 1/4 of the in Brazil, one of the most biodiverse places on Earth, has burned in set by ranchers and worsened by climate change⤵️
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Rainforest Foundation Norway (RFN) Oct 1
Replying to @RainforestNORW
The is burning, in spite of “fire ban”. In addition, is also burning. “Satellites in September recorded 32,017 hotspots in the world’s largest rainforest, a 61% rise from the same month in 2019”
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Brendan May Oct 13
How spread in ’s vast , the world’s largest tropical wetland. 25% of it gone, with huge loss of , including jaguars, tapirs, giant otters & macaws all threatened. on our watch. 🌎🔥
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NOAA Satellites - Public Affairs Oct 2
SPOTLIGHT: 's 🛰️ has been tracking raging burning across parts of and this week. The and Dry regions have been hit particularly hard, with Paraguay declaring a national emergency on Thursday.
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OroraTech Oct 8
The has seen the worst fires in their recorded history. Here you see in our detection service the fire data clustering for the month of September, where 14% of the region was consumed by fires.
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South Pole Sep 30
These are difficult times for : In 2020, fires have burned 3.2 million hectares. THANKS to the team of for protecting this area. Together we will continue to help protect the ecosystems of Latin America.
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