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River in the Nebraska Sandhills. This is part of the Middle Loup River, one of a system of rivers ('the Loups') that cover some 2900 kilometres and drain around a fifth of Nebraska. The Nebraska Sandhills is a prairie region that lies above the underground Ogallala Aquifer. This aquifer supplies large amounts of drinking water and water used for irrigation. Photographed in July 2014, near Thedford, Nebraska, USA.
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