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More than 100 dolphins dead in Amazon as water hits 102 degrees Fahrenheit

  • More than 100 dolphins and thousands of fish have been found dead in the Brazilian Amazon, with experts attributing the fatalities to the drought and record-breaking high temperatures in the region. The severe drought conditions are expected to continue, raising concerns of further wildlife fatalities.
  • The drought in the Amazon has led to a drop in water levels, making it difficult for people to access food and drinking supplies. Over 110,000 people have been affected by the contaminated water caused by the dead fish.
  • The Amazon Working Group reports that the water level along a tributary of the Amazon River is dropping by 20cm a day, which along with climate change, is considered a reflection of the region's future challenges.
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