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Water drains from the upper deck of a Tocantins river ferry from Belem, the closest major city, to the island of Marajo (acute accent on the final o) at the mouth of the Amazon. The size of Switzerland, Marajo is a vast expanse of wilderness and cattle and water buffalo ranches, offering a close look at rural life in equatorial Brazil. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)
Water drains from the upper deck of a Tocantins river ferry from Belem, the closest major city, to the island of Marajo (acute accent on the final o) at the mouth of the Amazon. The size of Switzerland, Marajo is a vast expanse of wilderness and cattle and water buffalo ranches, offering a close look at rural life in equatorial Brazil. (Kevin Moloney for the New York Times)
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