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  1. Wildfire destroys hundreds of homes in Argentina

  2. Aftermath of a wildfire in Chubut province, Argentina, March 10. Mariano Sylvester/via REUTERS

  3. Wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  4. People stand near burning brush as wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  5. A cloud of smoke rises above trees as wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  6. The carcass of a charred ox lies in a forested area after it burnt, in Las Golondrinas, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 10. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  7. The sky glows orange as wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  8. Firefighters extinguish burning trees as wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  9. Firefighters extinguish burning trees as wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  10. Aftermath of a wildfire in Chubut province, Argentina March 10. Mariano Sylvester/Hvia REUTERS

  11. A wildfire burns in Chubut province, Argentina March 9. Mariano Sylvester/via REUTERS

  12. Flames engulf a house as wildfires rage across Golondrinas, Chubut province in Argentina, March 9. Hundreds of homes have been destroyed as people are reported missing in the Chubut province. Nir Ekdesman/via REUTERS

  13. Smoke rises from a wildfire in Chubut province, Argentina, March 10. Mariano Sylvester/via REUTERS

  14. The remains of a car is seen after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  15. People work outside the remains of their house, after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  16. People walk as a burnt refrigerator lies in a forested area after it burnt, in Las Golondrinas, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 10. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  17. The aftermath of a wildfire in Chubut province, Argentina March 10. Mariano Sylvester/via REUTERS

  18. A wildfire burns in Chubut province, Argentina March 9. Mariano Sylvester/via REUTERS

  19. A wildfire burns in Chubut province, Argentina March 9. Mariano Sylvester/via REUTERS

  20. The remains of a house are seen after it burnt during a fire in Las Golondrinas, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 10. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  21. A brigade member works in the remains of a house, after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  22. People work outside the remains of their house, after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  23. The remains of a house are seen after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  24. People stand next to remains of their belongings, after a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  25. A man works outside the remains of his house, after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez

  26. The remains of a car are seen after it burnt during a fire in El Hoyo, in the province of Chubut, Argentina, March 11. REUTERS/Marcelo Martinez