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SOCCER-WORLD/PANTANAL
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June 23, 2014
An iguana lies on the bank in the Pantanal wetlands near in Pocone outside World Cup host city Cuiaba...
POCONE, Brazil
An iguana lies on the bank in the Pantanal wetlands near in Pocone outside World Cup host city Cuiaba...
An iguana lies on the bank in the Pantanal wetlands near in Pocone outside World Cup host city Cuiaba June 22, 2014. On days between World Cup games, Pantanal - the planet's largest wetlands and almost as big as Britain - draws fans from around the world who have come to the host city of Cuiaba, located in the exact geographical center of South America. In lobbying World Cup organizers FIFA for host city status, Cuiaba and the Brazilian government touted the wildlife - an estimated 1,000 bird species, 300 mammals and 9,000 invertebrates - they could show tourists on their doorstep. They hope the exposure during the high-profile tournament puts Pantanal on people's travel wish-lists for years to come. Picture taken June 22. REUTERS/Eric Gaillard (BRAZIL - Tags: SOCCER SPORT WORLD CUP TRAVEL ANIMALS)
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