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Image number: 1136508

Planting Rice in the vicinity of Lake Inle Myanmar 

© Antoine Boureau / Biosphoto

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Keywords

Natural resources use / Agricultural product / Cereal

Natural resources use / Agriculture / Agriculture type / Traditional agriculture / Manual agriculture

Enumeration / Alone

Accessory / Headdress / Hat

Individual / Person / Child

Area / Agricultural area / Paddy field

Continent / Asia / Far East / South East Asia / Indochina / Burma

Area / Agricultural area / Field

Plant (to)

March (month)

Latin keywords

Eukaryota / Archaeplastida / Chlorobionta / Embryophyta / Tracheobionta / Spermatophyta / Phanerogamae / Angiospermae / Monocotyledoneae / Cyperales / Gramineae / Poaceae / Oryza

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