Water Pollution / Lake Titicaca / Peru / Dec 31, 2012

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Stock Video Details

Length
04:00
Recording format
Other HD 1080
Video norm
1080i25 (25fps)
Aspect ratio
16:9
Recorded
Dec 31, 2012
Sound
Category
Archival Footage
Level
Superior

Stock Video Description

Synopsis

Peru's Lake Titicaca threatened by pollution It's the highest navigable lake in the world and the longest in South America. But it's also one of the most polluted. Lake Titicaca, on the border between Bolivia and Peru, is fighting for its survival. And so are its two million inhabitants. A natural sound version of an AFPTV report. Refile of a previously transmitted report.

Clip theme

Woman People Living Being Man (Human)

Activity

Water Pollution Environmental Pollution Rubbish Interview (Media) Speaking Communicating Interactivity

Recording location

Puno Peru South America America Bolivia Latin America

Further content information

Lake Titicaca Lake Body of Water Group of People Group Historical Footage News Footage AFP Day

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Sequence Special Visualisation Outdoor Shot
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