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April 23, 2015
A woman feeds macaws at her apartment's balcony in Los Palos Grandes neighborhood in Caracas March 31,...
Caracas, Venezuela
A woman feeds macaws at her apartment's balcony in Los Palos Grandes neighborhood in Caracas
A woman feeds macaws at her apartment's balcony in Los Palos Grandes neighborhood in Caracas March 31, 2015. Caracas, the world's second most violent city according to the United Nations, also suffers terrible traffic and residents spend hours in massive lines for scarce products. However, on antennae, rooves and windowsills, blue-and-yellow macaws (or Ara ararauna) break the harsh routine. Though originally native to rainforests from Panama to Paraguay, they have adapted well to Caracas thanks to the exuberant tropical vegetation surging between skyscrapers. Picture taken March 31, 2015. REUTERS/Jorge Silva
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