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Life Dries up During Northern Mexico’s Drought, Worst in 70 Years [PHOTOS]

December 3, 2011

With agricultural land and water drying up for millions of people, Mexico’s northern states are suffering the worst drought conditions the country has seen during the 70 years since the government started recording rainfall in 1941.

The devastating drought has dried up drinking water for almost 2.5 million people, burned about 2.2 million acres of farmland, and led to the deaths of around 1.7 million head of cattle via starvation and thirst, according to reports.   Read the full story

Life Dries up During Northern Mexico’s Drought, Worst in 70 Years [PHOTOS].

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