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Brazil's Amazon fires could cause disastrous climate change impact

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Brazil's Amazon fires could cause disastrous climate change impact

Brazil's Amazon fires could cause disastrous climate change impact

About 77,000 fires have been recorded across Brazil over the last 12 months.

A map from NASA shows those fires across South America.


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