Unprecedented drought in a hundred years, jungle of Amazonia covered

In South America, there is an unprecedented drought in the century, reports the Air Force. It is noted that one of the largest waterways in the region was under threat – the water system of Parana, whose resources are relying residents of Brazil, Paraguay and Argentina.

The cause of drought is called the natural phenomenon of La Niña, which violates the weather conditions. Also on drought affects the mass cutting of the jungle in the north of Amazonia.

Experts fear serious fires in the rainforest of Amazon and wetlands of Pantanal due to lack of precipitation.

Most of all, as noted, Brazil suffers from this, its agro-industrial complex and energy, since a largely country relies on a hydroelectric power station.