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Rag pickers look for recyclable material as greater adjutant storks stand in a garbage landfill at Boragoan in Guwahati on November 21, 2012. Environmentalists claim that the population of greater adjutant storks has decreased in recent years due to climate change. The goal of keeping planet warming in check has moved further out of reach, the United Nations warned November 21 in the latest of a flurry of reports pointing to looming climate disaster ahead of key talks in Qatar. AFP PHOTO/Biju BORO (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
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Rag pickers look for recyclable material as greater adjutant storks stand in a garbage landfill at Boragoan in Guwahati on November 21, 2012. Environmentalists claim that the population of greater adjutant storks has decreased in recent years due to climate change. The goal of keeping planet warming in check has moved further out of reach, the United Nations warned November 21 in the latest of a flurry of reports pointing to looming climate disaster ahead of key talks in Qatar. AFP PHOTO/Biju BORO (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)
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November 21, 2012
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156790721
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STRDEL / Stringer
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Rag pickers look for recyclable material as greater adjutant storks... News Photo 156790721Bird,Environmental Damage,Environmental Issues,Garbage,Guwahati,Horizontal,India,Landfill,Look,Material,Picking,Poverty,Rag,Recycling,Stand,StorkPhotographer Collection: AFP 2012 AFPRag pickers look for recyclable material as greater adjutant storks stand in a garbage landfill at Boragoan in Guwahati on November 21, 2012. Environmentalists claim that the population of greater adjutant storks has decreased in recent years due to climate change. The goal of keeping planet warming in check has moved further out of reach, the United Nations warned November 21 in the latest of a flurry of reports pointing to looming climate disaster ahead of key talks in Qatar. AFP PHOTO/Biju BORO (Photo credit should read STRDEL/AFP/Getty Images)