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South America’s second longest river, the Parana, has dropped to its lowest level since the 1940s, leaving environmentalists and experts worried that climate change is to blame.

The decrease has become so drastic that it is affecting commercial shipping, electricity generation, fishing, tourism as well as the provision of water for drinking and irrigation.

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