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October 05, 2021 
Joan Ferrer, 32, a farmer, removes an apple snail (Caracol de Manzana) before harvesting rice in his... 
DELTEBRE, Spain 
The Wider Image: Spanish villagers fear their homes will be abandoned to the sea 
Joan Ferrer, 32, a farmer, removes an apple snail (Caracol de Manzana) before harvesting rice in his fields in the Ebro Delta, Deltebre, Spain, October 5, 2021. With rising seas threatening to engulf low-lying shores, the government aims to buy 832 hectares of private land in the Ebro Delta in what would be Europe's largest climate-related land buyouts to date. It has prompted strong opposition from farmers in the Ebro Delta - where 62,000 people live and lucrative rice fields account for 65 percent of the area. REUTERS/Nacho Doce SEARCH "DOCE EBRO" FOR THIS STORY. SEARCH "WIDER IMAGE" FOR ALL STORIES 
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