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BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMR8
October 08, 2021
Horses are seen near the dry ground of the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system,...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Vargem
Horses are seen near the dry ground of the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMOW
October 08, 2021
A crushed bottle is seen on the dry ground of the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Vargem
A crushed bottle is seen on the dry ground of the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMOV
October 08, 2021
A crushed bottle is seen on the dry ground of the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Vargem
A crushed bottle is seen on the dry ground of the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMJV
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows two wooden docks at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system,...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows two wooden docks at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMJW
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows two wooden structures to reach boats at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows two wooden structures to reach boats at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMIM
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows dry ground and trees at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows dry ground and trees at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBMIK
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows two wooden docks at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system,...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows two wooden docks at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBM7R
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows water running at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system,...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows water running at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBM5I
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows some areas with water at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows some areas with water at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBM36
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows dry ground and trees at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows dry ground and trees at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBLW2
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows horses at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows horses at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL-DROUGHT/
RTXIBLSF
October 08, 2021
An aerial view shows two wooden docks at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system,...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the Cantareira reservoir system during a severe drought, in Joanopolis
An aerial view shows two wooden docks at the Jaguari dam, which is part of the Cantareira reservoir system, during a drought in Joanopolis, near Sao Paulo, Brazil, October 8, 2021. Picture taken with a drone. REUTERS/Amanda Perobelli
BRAZIL/
RTX199CQ
February 21, 2014
Footprints of a Cabypara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
Footprints of a Cabypara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water...
Footprints of a Cabypara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water supply system, in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo). REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
BRAZIL/
RTX199CM
February 21, 2014
Footprints of a Cabypara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
Footprints of a Cabypara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water...
Footprints of a Cabypara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water supply system, in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo). REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
BRAZIL/
RTX199CA
February 21, 2014
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo).
REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTX199BR
February 21, 2014
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo).
REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTX199B6
February 21, 2014
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo).
REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTX199AL
February 21, 2014
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo). REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
BRAZIL/
RTX199AA
February 21, 2014
Footprints of a capybara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
Footprints of a capybara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water...
Footprints of a capybara are seen on the cracked grounds of the Jaguari dam, part of the Cantareira water supply system, in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo). REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
BRAZIL/
RTX1999Z
February 21, 2014
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136...
JOANOPOLIS, Brazil
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis
A view of the water catchment of the Cantareira water supply system at Jaguari dam in Joanopollis, 136 km (77 miles) from Sao Paulo February 21, 2014. The water levels of the Cantareira system, which serves 9.3 million residents in Sao Paulo's metropolitan region, reached an all-time low of 17.7 percent. It is the first time in history that the level is below 18 percent, according to Sabesp (Basic Sanitation Company of the State of Sao Paulo).
REUTERS/Paulo Whitaker (BRAZIL - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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