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Living with nature: Kampala's conundrum, river accidentally rerouted to the Amazon and the world's biggest baobab

Living with nature: Kampala's conundrum, river accidentally rerouted to the Amazon and the world's biggest baobab

Update: 2022-10-20
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We hear how human activity transformed the mighty Araguari River in Brazil. We also visit Uganda's capital, which has been designated as a 'Tree City of the World', but also deals with extreme air pollution — are trees enough to clean its air? And speaking of trees... in South Africa, there's one so big, it's home to hundreds of birds and bats, and it even houses a cave within it!
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Living with nature: Kampala's conundrum, river accidentally rerouted to the Amazon and the world's biggest baobab

Living with nature: Kampala's conundrum, river accidentally rerouted to the Amazon and the world's biggest baobab

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