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Children's drawing on legal size off-white paper. An undulating and predominantly blue band crosses the page diagonally, from the upper left to the lower right. This band likely represents a river, and there are five human figures floating in this river. Below the river, the word "Honduras" has been written in pencil and there are also four human figures that have been coloured green. Two green trees have been drawn above the river, along with two human figures that have been coloured pink. Above the larger of these pink figures is a green helicopter being flown by a single pilot. The upper left-hand corner contains an inscription that reads "Dibujo del Rio lempa? ¿como era la vida en El Salvador? ¿como es la vida en los campamento". The upper right-hand corner contains the words "el salvador".

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