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Ayacucho, Peru, Jan., 31, 2007 - Teofila Huaman Oré works to pick prickly pears from cactus in the mountains above Ayacucho. The fruit, which are sold in towns throughout the Andes,  are a staple crop for many too poor to own their own farm.
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Ayacucho, Peru, Jan., 31, 2007 - Teofila Huaman Oré works to pick prickly pears from cactus in the mountains above Ayacucho. The fruit, which are sold in towns throughout the Andes, are a staple crop for many too poor to own their own farm.

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  • Location: Ayacucho Ayacucho Peru
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