The English tourism community is suffering the consequences of this year's drought in Amazonas. The community, located on the Rio Negro in the metropolitan region of Manaus, is 34 years old. Residents say that this is the first time they have experienced drought on this scale. What used to be bathed in water is now completely dry. The high water level has changed the way people live in the region. The community inn had to close its doors. The shallow water to get to and the long hikes have kept customers away. Fifty-nine towns are in an emergency situation. Six hundred and thirty-three thousand people are suffering the consequences of the severe drought.
Source: Amazon Agency