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Smoke from nearby wildfires looms over the Amazo?n rainforest near Alta Floresta, Brazil, on Aug. 31, 2019. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazo?n rainforest near Alta Floresta, Brazil, on Aug. 31, 2019. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazo?n rainforest near Alta Floresta, Brazil, on Aug. 31, 2019. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A fire set to clear pastureland burns in the Amazon rainforest in Mandacaru, in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019. Thousands of fires are raging across the world's largest rainforest. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises from a fire set to clear pastureland in the Amazon rainforest in Mandacaru, in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019. Thousands of fires are raging across the world's largest rainforest. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Cattle graze under a pall of smoke from a fire set to clear pastureland in the Amazon rainforest in Mandacaru, in the state of Mato Grosso, Brazil, on Sunday, Sept. 1, 2019. Thousands of fires are raging across the world's largest rainforest. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Charred trees and logs in a partially-cleared area of the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, Brazil, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019. Thousands of fires are raging across the world's largest rainforest. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A charred log and trees in a partially-cleared area of the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, Brazil, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019. Thousands of fires are raging across the world's largest rainforest. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A fire-damaged area of the Amazon rain forest near Porto Velho, Brazil, on Thursday, Aug. 29, 2019. Thousands of fires are raging across the world's largest rainforest. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Animal remains after a fire burned in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, Brazil, Aug. 26, 2019. The growing intensity of wildfires and their spread to new corners of the globe raises fears that climate change is exacerbating the dangers. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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In a photo from NASA, fires dotting the landscape in Brazil in August. The growing intensity of wildfires and their spread to new corners of the globe raises fears that climate change is exacerbating the dangers. (Luca Parmitano/NASA via The New York Times)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - The sun sets behind burnt trees of the Amazon rainforest, south of Porto Velho on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition that the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Smokes rises from forest fires in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Smokes rises from forest fires in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Smokes rises from forest fires in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Smokes rises from forest fires in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Fish lay on the ground at an area afected by forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - A man holds a dead snake at an area afected by forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - An area afected by forest fires is seen in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of a burnt area of forest in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of a burnt area of forest in Altamira, Para state, Brazil, on August 27, 2019. - Brazil will accept foreign aid to help fight fires in the Amazon rainforest on the condition the Latin American country controls the money, the president's spokesman said Tuesday. (Photo by Joao LAET / AFP)
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Fire consumes the Amazon rainforest in Altamira, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019. Fires across the Brazilian Amazon have sparked an international outcry for preservation of the world's largest rainforest. (AP Photo/Leo Correa), APTOPIX
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A lone tree stands in a deforested farm field near Porto Velho, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019. While many of the recorded fires this year were set in already deforested areas by people clearing land for cultivation or pasture, Brazilian government figures indicate that they are much more widespread this year, suggesting the threat to the vast ecosystem is intensifying. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano), APTOPIX
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A lush forest sits next to a field of charred trees in Vila Nova Samuel, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019. Lingering smoke in the Amazon caused concern Tuesday among Brazilians who say that respiratory problems, particularly among children and the elderly, have increased as fires in the region rage. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano), APTOPIX
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A house is seen surrounded by land scorched by wildfires near Vila Nova Samuel, Brazil, Tuesday, Aug. 27, 2019. Lingering smoke in the Amazon caused concern Tuesday among Brazilians who say that respiratory problems, particularly among children and the elderly, have increased as fires in the region rage. (AP Photo/Victor R. Caivano), APTOPIX
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A forest fire in the Amazon near Porto Velho, Rondonia, Brazil, Aug. 26, 2019. President Jair Bolsonaro suggested that he would reconsider accepting aid for the Amazon if President Emmanuel Macron of France withdrew "insults made to my person." (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A dead snake lays on the ground at an area afected by forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Remains of a fox lay on the ground at an area afected by forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Fish lay on the ground at an area afected by forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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A dead snake lays on the ground at an area afected by forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 27, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Brazilian farmer Helio Lombardo Do Santos and a dog walk through a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Brazilian farmer Helio Lombardo Do Santos is seen at a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - View of a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - In this aerial view a fire burns forest in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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Brazilian farmer Helio Lombardo Do Santos and a dog walk through a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Bolivian soldiers rest after combating forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Smokes rises from forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Smokes rises from forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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TOPSHOT - Bolivian soldiers walk at a burnt area in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A fire-scarred area of the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Men work to harvest wood from burnt eucalyptus trees in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A fire-scarred area of the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A tree stump glows with fire amid smoke along the road to Jacunda National Forest, near the city of Porto Velho in the Vila Nova Samuel region which is part of Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Group of Seven nations on Monday pledged tens of millions of dollars to help Amazon countries fight raging wildfires, even as Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro accused rich countries of treating the region like a "colony." (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres), APTOPIX
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Land smolders during a forest fire in Altamira in Brazil's Amazon, Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The fire is very close to Kayapo indigenous land located on the Bau indigenous reserve. (AP Photo/Leo Correa), APTOPIX
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Smoke rises as fires burn in the Amazon rainforest near Porto Velho, the capital city of Rond?nia, Brazil, on Monday, Aug. 26, 2019. The Amazon fires were a prime concern of G7 leaders who gathered in Biarritz, France, this weekend. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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A fire burning in the forest near Porto Velho, in Brazil's Amazon region, on Aug. 26, 2019. Hundreds of government employees tasked with enforcing environmental laws in Brazil warned in a letter this week that the country's environmental protection system could "collapse" as policies and political rhetoric encourage illegal land grabbing in the Amazon and other biomes. (Victor Moriyama/The New York Times)
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Brazilian farmer Aurelio Andrade and a dog walk through a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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Brazilian farmer Aurelio Andrade walks through a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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Brazilian farmer Aurelio Andrade and a dog walk through a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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Brazilian farmer Helio Lombardo Do Santos is seen at a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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Brazilian farmer Helio Lombardo Do Santos walks over a burnt trunk after a fire at the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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View of a burnt area of the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 26, 2019. - Hundreds of new fires have flared up in the Amazon in Brazil, data showed Monday, even as military aircraft dumped water over hard-hit areas and G7 nations pledged to help combat the blazes. Smoke choked Port Velho city and forced the closure of the airport for nearly two hours as fires raged in the northwestern state of Rondonia where fire-fighting efforts are concentrated, amid a growing global uproar and a diplomatic spat between France and Brazil. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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Aerial view of damage caused by wildfires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Pablo COZZAGLIO / AFP)
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Bolivian soldiers combat forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Bolivian soldiers combat forest fires in Otuquis National Park, in the Pantanal ecoregion of southeastern Bolivia, on August 26, 2019. - Like his far right rival President Jair Bolsonaro in neigboring Brazil, Bolivia's leftist leader Evo Morales is facing mounting fury from environmental groups over voracious wildfires in his own country. While the Amazon blazes have attracted worldwide attention, the blazes in Bolivia have raged largely unchecked over the past month, devastating more than 9,500 square kilometers (3,600 square miles) of forest and grassland. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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An airplane drops fire retardant on a wildfire burning in the Chiquitan??a Forest near Robore, Bolivia, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Bolivian President Evo Morales said Saturday he would welcome aid in fighting his country's wildfires, which have scorched more than 2,900 square miles (744,000 hectares) of land in the Chiquitan??a region over the past two weeks. (AP Photo/Juan Karita), APTOPIX
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Firefighters work to put out flames in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near the city of Porto Velho, in Rondonia state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres), APTOPIX
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Army soldiers and firefighters prepare to deploy to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres), APTOPIX
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Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner), APTOPIX
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Residents motorcycle amid smoke from forest fires at dawn in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres), APTOPIX
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Firefighters work to put out flames in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near the city of Porto Velho, in Rondonia state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Firefighters walk across charred land to another area as they work to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near the city of Porto Velho, in Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Firefighters work to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the National Forest of Jacunda, near to the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Firefighters put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Firefighters work to put out forest fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, in the Vila Nova Samuel region, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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APTOPIX Firefighters walk across charred land to another area as they work to put out fires in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Firefighters work to put out forest fires along the road to Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho in Rondonia state, in the Vila Nova Samuel region, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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APTOPIX Charred trees stand after a forest fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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APTOPIX Charred trees stand after a forest fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they were preparing to help Brazil fight the fires burning across the Amazon rainforest and repair the damage even as tens of thousands of soldiers were being deployed to fight the blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Mario Lobao)
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Embers from a wildfire smolder along BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
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Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
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Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Vila Nova Samuel region, along the road to the Jacunda National Forest near the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Fire consumes a field along the BR 070 highway near Cuiaba, Mato Grosso state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Experts from the country's satellite monitoring agency say most of the fires are set by farmers or ranchers clearing existing farmland, but the same monitoring agency has reported a sharp increase in deforestation this year as well. (AP Photo/Andre Penner)
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Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year, with more than half of those coming in August alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Trees are destroyed after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region, in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year, with more than half of those coming in August alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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This photo shows burned trees after a fire in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year ??" with more than half of those coming this month alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Fire consumes an area in the Alvorada da Amazonia region, in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. The country's satellite monitoring agency has recorded more than 41,000 fires in the Amazon region so far this year, with more than half of those coming in August alone. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Cattle stand near a wooded area smoldering in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they are preparing to help Brazil battle fires burning across the Amazon region and repair the damage as tens of thousands of soldiers got ready to join the fight against blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Leo Correa), APTOPIX
TWO DIAGONAL LINES SEEN IN THE UPPER PART ARE ELECTRIC CABLES
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Cattle stand in the field as a fire burns an area in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they are preparing to help Brazil battle fires burning across the Amazon region and repair the damage as tens of thousands of soldiers got ready to join the fight against blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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A fire burns in highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Trees burn in a wildfire in highway margins in the city of Porto Velho, Rondonia state, part of Brazil's Amazon, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. (AP Photo/Eraldo Peres)
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Cattle stand near a wooded area smoldering in the Alvorada da Amazonia region in Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, Sunday, Aug. 25, 2019. Leaders of the Group of Seven nations said Sunday they are preparing to help Brazil battle fires burning across the Amazon region and repair the damage as tens of thousands of soldiers got ready to join the fight against blazes that have caused global alarm. (AP Photo/Leo Correa)
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Soldiers combat forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Soldiers, firemen and volunteers combat forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Soldiers, firemen and volunteers combat forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Soldiers, firemen and volunteers combat forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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Soldiers and firemen combat forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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A helicopter of the Bolivian Army takes part in the fight against forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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A helicopter of the Bolivian Army takes part in the fight against forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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A supertanker, an aerial firefighting airtanker, throws water in the fight against forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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A supertanker, an aerial firefighting airtanker, throws water in the fight against forest fires in the surroundings of Robore in eastern Bolivia, on August 25, 2019. - The Bolivian government on Friday took delivery of a "supertanker" aircraft to help extinguish fires that have destroyed around 7,770 square kilometers (3,000 square miles) of the eastern province of Santa Cruz for the past month. Neighbouring Brazil and Paraguay are also battling separate wildfires that have devastated large areas of their rainforests, including many in the Amazon basin. (Photo by Aizar RALDES / AFP)
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View of a burnt area in the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019. - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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View of a burnt area in the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019. - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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View of a burnt area in the Amazon rainforest, near Porto Velho, Rondonia state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019. - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by CARL DE SOUZA / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a cattle with fire behind in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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A cow remains at a burnt area after a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)
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View of a fire in the Amazon rainforest near Novo Progresso, Para state, Brazil, on August 25, 2019 - Brazil on Sunday deployed two C-130 Hercules aircraft to douse fires devouring parts of the Amazon rainforest, as hundreds of new blazes were ignited and a growing global outcry over the blazes sparks protests and threatens a huge trade deal. (Photo by Joao Laet / AFP)

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