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July 12, 2010
Two Kuna albino girls, known to the Kuna as children of the moon, stand in the shade in Carti, Kuna Yala,...
Kuna Yala, Panama
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Two Kuna albino girls, known to the Kuna as children of the moon, stand in the shade in Carti, Kuna Yala, June 14, 2010. Rising seas from global warming, coming after years of coral reef destruction, are forcing thousands of indigenous Panamanians, including the Kuna, to leave their ancestral homes on low-lying Caribbean islands. Seasonal winds, storms and high tides combine to submerge the tiny islands, crowded with huts of yellow cane and faded palm fronds, leaving them ankle-deep in emerald water for days on end. Picture taken June 14, 2010. To match Feature PANAMA-CLIMATE/ISLANDS REUTERS/Alberto Lowe (PANAMA - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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