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AUSTRALIA-FLOODS/
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March 07, 2012
Wild plants are covered in spiderwebs, formed as spiders escape from flood waters, in Wagga Wagga March...
Wagga Wagga, Australia
Wild plants are covered in spiderwebs, formed as spiders escape from flood waters, in Wagga Wagga
Wild plants are covered in spiderwebs, formed as spiders escape from flood waters, in Wagga Wagga March 7, 2012. The Murrumbidgee river is slowly receding after reaching 10.56 m (34 feet) on March 6. Emergency services lifted the evacuation order for Wagga Wagga's central business district (CBD) but it remains in place for several towns across the region. REUTERS/Daniel Munoz (AUSTRALIA - Tags: ANIMALS DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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