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Brazil nut harvesters


Brazil nut harvesters

Shelling Brazil nuts in Puerto Maldonado, Peru.

Photo by Gabriela Ramirez Galindo/CIFOR

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Posted by CIFOR on 2017-08-22 09:46:04

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