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People in Brazil can't believe their eyes as freak snow blankets 40 cities

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Some Brazilians are seeing snow for the first time.
TWITTER Lho nardo via REUTERS
Parts of Brazil have seen snow for the first time in 64 years due to an uncharacteristic cold spell.
In Rio Grande do Sul, the snow has threatened agriculture, with sugar and coffee prices rising.
The snowfall is exciting for many Brazilians who have never experienced it before.
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Brazilians are marveling upon seeing snow for the first time in their lives, with rare low temperatures hitting the country and causing a rise in coffee prices. Snow fell overnight on...
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