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Supermoon creates rare wave in the middle of the Brazilian jungle

The destructive wave has been dragging trunks and branches pulled from the banks of the river and travels for kilometers in the waters of the Amazon region of Maranhão. On Supermoon, the Pororoca phenomenon gains tremendous strength, producing waves with a face of more than 2 meters. This is because, at its closest moment to Earth, the Moon's influence on the tides increases dramatically.

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