Fracking earthquakes: Residents in Argentina blame oil for tremors

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People in western Argentina have noticed the ground shaking beneath them much more over the last year.

More than 200 earthquakes have been reported in that time.

Geologists blame them on fracking.

Al Jazeera’s Teresa Bo reports from Sauzal Bonito in Neuquen province in southwestern Argentina.

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