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  • Hello, lovely people; good day and good vibes to you from magnificent Miami.


  • We're here ahead of the huge Formula 1 race this weekend, and that guy right there? Well, that's the legend.


  • Seven-time world champ Lewis Hamilton, he'll be one of the fastest drivers on the planet, zooming at top speeds of about 200 miles per hour.

    七次世界冠軍路易斯·漢米爾頓將成為全球最快的車手之一,以每小時約 200 英里的高速奔馳。

  • We hope you're off and zooming today as well.


  • It's Wednesday, May 3rd, also, #yourwordwednesday.

    今天是 5 月 3 日星期三,也是 #yourwordwednesday 日。

  • Follow me @CoyWire on Instagram, Snapchat, and TikTok and put your unique vocabulary word in the comments section of my most recent post,

    可以在 Instagram、Snapchat 和 TikTok 上關注我的帳號 @CoyWire,然後把各位獨特的詞彙放在我最新文章的留言區,

  • and we're gonna choose one good one to work in tomorrow's show.


  • Let's go.


  • I'm Coy Wire, this is CNN10, and we start in Spain today, where they are seeing a major drought.

    我是 Coy Wire,這是 CNN10 節目,我們今天要從正經歷嚴重旱災的西班牙開始。

  • The Spanish National Weather Service says the country has been in a long-term drought since the end of last year.


  • In March, the country only received 36% of its average monthly rainfall, which made it the second driest March this century, but it didn't stop there.

    三月時,該國的降雨量僅佔其月平均降雨量的 36%,這讓它成為本世紀第二乾的三月,但它並不止於此。

  • That trend continued into last month, and we may see it, now, end up being the driest on record.


  • These conditions have been caused by soaring temperatures that make it feel like it's mid-summer instead of spring time.


  • The lack of water, well, it's having a catastrophic impact on farms across the region.


  • According to the coordinator of farmers and ranchers organizations, the drought has affected about 60% of Spain's countryside, and it's destroyed crops across more than eight million acres.

    據農民與農場組織的協調員所說,乾旱已經影響西班牙約 60% 的鄉村,它摧毀了超過 8 百萬英畝的農作物。

  • That's an area bigger than the entire state of Maryland.


  • Also, Spaniards have been asked to conserve water by taking quick showers, being mindful when washing dishes, and not filling their swimming pools.


  • Our senior international correspondent Fred Pleitgen has more on the very dry conditions in Spain.

    我們的資深國際記者 Fred Pleitgen 帶來更多西班牙乾旱的報導。

  • From afar, even a natural disaster can look majestic.


  • But, up close, the full impact of the global climate emergency is clear to see.


  • This is the Sau Reservoir near Barcelona, normally one of the largest bodies of fresh water in this part of Spain.


  • But months of drought and the water levels are so low, an entire medieval village usually underwater has come to light.


  • The folks here say normally, you'd barely be able to see even the tip of the medieval church because it would be almost fully submerged.


  • But now, as you can see, the church is very much on land, and the authorities here fear things will get much worse once the summer's heat really sets in.


  • The Sau Reservoir is already at less than 10% capacity, and that's causing hundreds of thousands of acres of farmland to dry up.

    薩烏水庫的容量已經低於 10%,而那導致數十萬英畝的農田乾涸。

  • All of this wheat is probably lost.


  • Farmer Santi Caudevilla shows me why.

    農夫 Santi Caudevilla 讓我看到了原因。

  • "The grain should be milky," he said. "We're in a critical moment."


  • "If it doesn't rain, this will end up empty."


  • "We should be seeing the grain come up to here, but it's only like this."


  • "If it doesn't rain in the coming week, the crop will be zero."


  • But there is no rain in sight, and temperatures in Spain have skyrocketed.


  • Scientists at the Institute of Agri-Food Research and Technology are trying to find ways to make very little water go a longer way.


  • Chief scientist Joan Girona says efficiency needs to be maximized.

    首席科學家 Joan Girona 說,效率需要被最大化。

  • It's our goal; howtaking the most of every drop of water.


  • Just like the crops, the people in this area are also in survival mode.


  • Dozens of towns are without water and need to get it trucked in


  • The village Castellcir hasn't had any for about a year, and residents say they can't even remember the last time it rained.


  • "I don't recall," Juan tells me. "It's been a long time, a year or more, without proper rain. Nothing."

    Juan 跟我說:「我不記得了,已經很久以前了,至少一年沒有正常降雨,一滴都沒。」

  • Back at the Sau Reservoir, authorities are actually draining most of the remaining water


  • to prevent this precious and ever-scarcer resource from getting contaminated by the sludge at the bottom of this once mighty lake.


  • All right, summer is just around the corner, and if you and your family are thinking about heading to any of the South Florida or Caribbean beaches,


  • you might need to know that you could encounter some seaweed, and by "some", I mean a whole lot of it.


  • That's because a record-breaking amount of seaweed known as "Sargassum", which can smell like rotten eggs or sulfur when it washes up on shore,


  • is starting to pile up on popular beaches, threatening tourism in certain areas.


  • Check out this NASA image, which shows just how enormous this massive blob of floating seaweed is.

    看看這張 NASA 的影像,顯示了這大片漂浮海藻的規模有多大。

  • 13 million tons of it just drifting ominously throughout the Caribbean, stretching all the way to the west coast of Africa.

    1 千 3 百萬頓的海藻險惡地在加勒比海中漂流,一路延伸到非洲西岸。

  • CNN's Leyla Santiago reports from a beach in Key West, Florida, and tells us how this seaweed phenomenon is just the tip of the iceberg, with the peak expected to come later this summer.

    CNN 的Leyla Santiago 在佛羅里達州基韋斯特一座海灘上報導,並告訴我們這種海藻現象只是冰山一角,預計今年夏天稍晚會達到高峰。

  • This is Sargassum, mixed in with a few other things, and this is what is inundating Florida's coastspecifically, they're expecting, the east coast.


  • And, remember, last month, we talked about this, but now, we're actually starting to see it come in in those record numbers that scientists predicted.


  • So much so that, take a look over here, the beach rakers here on this beach in Key West have already arrived and have already done one run-through on what's hitting the Florida coast right now.


  • Let's go for a walk so I can, kind of, show you how all of this stuff just piles up, and, again, gets pretty smelly because it decays out here.


  • And, as we mentioned, this is what one scientist told me, is just the tip of the iceberg; more expected.


  • Because when this is out there, it is not only, right now, a 5,000-mile-long body of seaweed; it is still growing while it's out there.

    因為當這個東西在外面時,它不僅是只有現在累積 5 千英里長的海藻體,當它在外海時,仍繼續增長。

  • So, it is increasing in the amount that will be headed this way.


  • 10-second Trivia

    10 秒快問快答

  • What country has the southernmost capital in the world?


  • Argentina, Australia, New Zealand, or South Africa.


  • When it comes to capital cities, Wellington, New Zealand is as low as you can go, sitting at 41 degrees south.

    說到首都,紐西蘭的惠靈頓是你可以達到最南端的點,位置在南緯 41 度。

  • Now, when you think of New Zealand, you might think of kiwis, which is the country's iconic national bird.


  • But the population of these flightless birds has plummeted.


  • Conservationists say that most people have never seen a kiwi in the wild and estimate that there are only about 70,000 of them left in the country.

    保育人士說,多數人從未在野外看過奇異鳥,並估計全國只剩下約 7 萬隻。

  • But, as our Michael Holmes tells us, there are now efforts to keep this species alive and thriving in New Zealand.

    但如同我們的記者 Michael Holmes 告訴我們的,現在有人正努力確保這個品種繼續在紐西蘭存活並茁壯。

  • The fight to save the kiwi, the iconic flightless bird, is taking off in New Zealand.


  • Ever since people came here, we've had a special connection with the animal known as the kiwi.


  • Central to Maori myth, our sports teams, our rugby league team, our defense force, you know; even when we go overseas, we're known as Kiwis.

    牠們是毛利神話的中心、我們體育團隊、橄欖球隊、國防部代表,連我們到海外時都被稱為 Kiwi。

  • So, it's our duty, really, to look after the animal that's gifted us its name.


  • There are about 90 initiatives to save the kiwis in New Zealand, many of them focusing on removing threats which have reduced the population,

    紐西蘭大約有 90 種拯救奇異鳥的倡議,許多都專注於移除使數量銳減的威脅,

  • by educating dog owners and culling predator species like stoats.


  • Kiwis are surprisingly tough and resilient; they've got these big fighting claws.


  • So, an adult kiwi can fight off a whole heap of pests, from possums and stoats.


  • The, really, only issue for an adult kiwi is roaming dogs.


  • Where they get hammered is stoats eating the chicks before they get up to that fighting weight.


  • A group of kiwis raised in a breeding program was released near Wellington last November.

    去年 11 月在惠靈頓附近釋放了一批在育種計劃中飼養的奇異鳥。

  • Experts say that could be the first time wild kiwis lived in the area in about a century, and so far, they seem to be thriving.


  • We did the first health check a couple of months later, and we're expecting them to, kind of, you know, hold weight or lose a bit of weight.


  • But the really pleasing result was that half of those birds had put on weight, includingone bird put on a whopping 400 grams.

    但最令人高興的結果是,超過半數都增重了,其中一隻更增加了驚人的 400 克。

  • So, it's like there's, yeah, plenty of food in the ladder out on these hills.


  • That's hopefully room to grow for New Zealand's national treasure and the national effort to save it.


  • Michael Holmes, CNN.

    CNN Michael Holmes 報導。

  • All right, our final story takes us to America's Heartland,


  • where a fur baby is getting today's 10 out of 10 for winning this year's B.A.R.K. Ranger Superintendent of the Gateway Arch Park in St. Louis.

    今天的 10 秒趣聞跟一隻毛孩有關,牠贏得了今年在聖路易拱門國家公園的 B.A.R.K 護林員警司。

  • Meet the adorable Betty Faith, the 12-year-old Basset Hound taking the crown, adopted back in 2020 after being rescued from a tough breeding and hoarding situation.

    見見可愛的 Betty Faith,這隻奪冠的 12 歲的巴塞特獵犬是在 2020 年從一個艱困的飼養和囤積環境中被解救後,被領養的。

  • Betty has a new leash on life as the top dog at Gateway Arch Park.

    身為拱門國家公園的領頭狗,Betty 對生命有了新的觀點。

  • B.A.R.K. Ranger is a program run by the National Park Service,

    B.A.R.K 護林員是一個由國家公園管理局管理的項目,

  • and B.A.R.K. stands for: Bag your pet's waste, Always leash your pet, Respect wildlife, and Know where you can go.

    B.A.R.K 代表:裝好寵物的排泄物、記得用繩子拴住寵物、尊重野生,並知道你可以去哪裡。

  • That's pretty doggone sweet; congrats, Betty Faith.

    那可是相當地不錯,恭喜了,Betty Faith。

  • We're giving a special shout out to Delaware Valley High School in Milford, Pennsylvania today.

    我們要特別向賓州米爾福德的 Delaware Valley 高中致意。

  • We see you, Warriors.


  • And one other special shout out to Alex at Renfroe and Harper at Talley who watched CNN10 every day from Decatur, Georgia.

    另外要特別向每天從喬治亞州迪凱特收看 CNN10、Renfroe 中學的 Alex 以及 Talley 中學的 Harper 致意。

  • Well, their dad, Glenn Levy is our guest producer today; rise up!

    他們的爸爸 Glen Levy 是我們今天的客座製作人,奮起吧!

  • See you tomorrow, everyone.


  • You are more powerful than you know.


  • I'm Coy Wire, and we are CNN10.

    我是 Coy Wire、這是 CNN10 節目。

Hello, lovely people; good day and good vibes to you from magnificent Miami.


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