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El Niño

Connor Bennett, Reporter

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Did you know there is an El Niño? The El Niño is heavy rain. Los Angeles has two more months of it. Our city needs four more years of it to stop the drought. When the El Niño occurs there is lots of destruction in the sea life and in weather. The El Niño means the “little one or Christ child” in Spanish. According to LA’s official El Niño website, “After four years of drought and wildfires, much of the land across L.A. is incapable of absorbing large amounts of rain, increasing the potential for flooding and mudslides.”

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