Surfers take on “The Poro-roca”

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Although surfers are more apprehensive to ride rivers than the sea, when its time for “The Pro-roca”, Brazilian surfers can’t say no. Reuters

Brazil, April 13 – According to some surfers it's much trickier riding a river than surfing the sea, because there's less salt to keep you afloat. 

But when it's time for "The Poro-roca" – the Great Roar in Brazil, few surfers can resist the challenge.

-Reuters

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