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En medio del pantano de b bal
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La sequía ha dejado el pantano en un estado tan lamentable que es posible caminar hasta el centro del mismo. Un espectáculo desolador que hace meditar sobre la lamentable gestión de los recursos naturales.

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Uploaded: 30/09/2012
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