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An illegal miner studies on a dredging barge, on the Madeira River in Nova Olinda, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. Hundreds of barges of illegal gold miners are navigating along the river in the Brazilian Amazon, and researchers said they pose a threat of pollution for the broader environment. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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An illegal miner grills chicken on a dredging barge, on the Madeira River in Nova Olinda, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. Hundreds of barges of illegal gold miners are navigating along the river in the Brazilian Amazon, and researchers said they pose a threat of pollution for the broader environment. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Dredging barges operated by illegal miners searching for gold navigate the Madeira River, in Nova Olinda, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. Hundreds of barges of illegal gold miners are navigating along the river in the Brazilian Amazon, and researchers said they pose a threat of pollution for the broader environment. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Illegal miner eat lunch on a dredging barge, on the Madeira River in Nova Olinda, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. Hundreds of barges of illegal gold miners are navigating along the river in the Brazilian Amazon, and researchers said they pose a threat of pollution for the broader environment. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Illegal gold miners sit on a dredging barge on the Madeira River in Nova Olinda, Brazil, Friday, Nov. 26, 2021. Hundreds of barges of illegal gold miners are navigating along the river in the Brazilian Amazon, and researchers said they pose a threat of pollution for the broader environment. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Dredging barges operated by illegal miners searching for gold navigate the Madeira River, in Nova Olinda, Amazonas state, Brazil, Friday, Nov.26, 2021. Hundreds of barges of illegal gold miners are navigating along the river in the Brazilian Amazon, and researchers said they pose a threat of pollution for the broader environment. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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An illegal gold miner works on a dredging barge on the Madeira river, a tributary of the Amazon river, searching for gold, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil, Thursday, Nov.25, 2021. Hundreds of mining barges have arrived during the past two weeks after rumors of gold spread, with environmentalists sounding the alarm about the unprecedented convergence of boats in the sensitive ecosystem. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Dredging barges operated by illegal miners converge on the Madeira river, a tributary of the Amazon river, searching for gold, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil, Thursday, Nov.25, 2021. Hundreds of mining barges have arrived during the past two weeks after rumors of gold spread, with environmentalists sounding the alarm about the unprecedented convergence of boats in the sensitive ecosystem. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Vendor Leo Goes, 32, right, sells perfume to Illegal gold miner Gerivaldo de Carvalho, 42, on a dredging barge on the Madeira river, a tributary of the Amazon river in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil, Thursday, Nov.25, 2021. Hundreds of mining barges have arrived during the past two weeks after rumors of gold spread, with environmentalists sounding the alarm about the unprecedented convergence of boats in the sensitive ecosystem. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)

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Dredging barges operated by illegal miners converge on the Madeira river, a tributary of the Amazon river, searching for gold, in Autazes, Amazonas state, Brazil, Thursday, Nov.25, 2021. Hundreds of mining barges have arrived during the past two weeks after rumors of gold spread, with environmentalists sounding the alarm about the unprecedented convergence of boats in the sensitive ecosystem. (AP Photo/Edmar Barros)