May 10, 2024, 3:04 p.m. | AFP

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When fish numbers diminished in the Ecuadoran Amazon, the Siona Indigenous people blamed envious, rival shamans for blocking the animals’ passage through the rivers of Cuyabeno, a biodiverse wetland.   Experts, however, point the finger at pollution, deforestation and climate change wreaking havoc on the second-largest protected area in Ecuador.  Shaman Rogelio Criollo, 74, told AFP […]

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