Three girls run and play on what is left of Lake Atescatempa, which has dried up due to drought and high temperatures, in Atescatempa, 174 km southeast of Guatemala City, on May 5, 2017.
Clam and snail shells on sun-bleached dry, cracked earth are what is left of Lake Atescatempa, whose torquoise waters used to cover 5.5 square kilometers in southern Guatemala, but which is now a drastic reflection of the impact of climate change in Central America’s so-called “dry corridor”. / AFP PHOTO / Marvin RECINOS

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