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A worker rescues chickens from a flooded chicken farm in Palmira, southern Colombia, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010. According to meteorologists the "La Nina" climatic phenomenon is causing an exceptionally wet rainy season that has caused floods and landslides, killing over 130 people throughout Colombia. (AP Photo/Christian Escobar Mora)
Photo by: Christian Escobar Mora
A worker rescues chickens from a flooded chicken farm in Palmira, southern Colombia, Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010. According to meteorologists the "La Nina" climatic phenomenon is causing an exceptionally wet rainy season that has caused floods and landslides, killing over 130 people throughout Colombia. (AP Photo/Christian Escobar Mora)

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