Victoria Falls shrink to a trickle, feeding climate change fears

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Data from the Zambezi River Authority shows that the water flow at the Victoria Falls in Southern Africa is at its lowest since 1995. This has sparked fears that climate change could be the cause of the reduction in water. And locals say this latest development has affected the number of tourists visiting the area -- affecting their businesses.

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Zimbabwe
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zimbabwe, victoria falls, trickle, water, drought, climate