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(adjective) not covered or protected
(adjective) damaged and showing lines on the surface but not broken into pieces
(adjective) having water that does not contain salt
(noun) an area of land around a large river with small rivers flowing into it
(verb) to be located in a protected position, surrounded by something bigger
(adjective) making you feel worried or frightened
(noun) something that you see or can see
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Lake Titicaca is the largest freshwater basin in South America and surrounded by the Andes mountains.
Parts of the lake floors are now cracked and exposed.
These have made local farmers and scientists worried.
The exposed cracked floors of parts of Lake Titicaca, South America’s largest freshwater basin, nestled amid the Andes mountains, are an alarming sight for local farmers and scientists.
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