Broken soil dominates the river bed of the Mao river that shrunk to a small creek near the village of Montederramo, in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Photo: EPA-EFEBroken soil dominates the river bed of the Mao river that shrunk to a small creek near the village of Montederramo, in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Photo: EPA-EFE
Broken soil dominates the river bed of the Mao river that shrunk to a small creek near the village of Montederramo, in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Photo: EPA-EFE

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Broken soil dominates the river bed of the Mao river that shrunk to a small creek near the village of Montederramo, in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Photo: EPA-EFEBroken soil dominates the river bed of the Mao river that shrunk to a small creek near the village of Montederramo, in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Photo: EPA-EFE
Broken soil dominates the river bed of the Mao river that shrunk to a small creek near the village of Montederramo, in Galicia, northwestern Spain. Photo: EPA-EFE
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