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Young Jordanians splash and play in a public fountain in the centre of Amman July 29,2000 as hundreds of local citizens rushed to cool down in public swimming pools as a heat wave struck the kingdom where temperatures reached 42 degrees Celsius, at least 9 nine degrees above the national average for the time of the year.AJ/WS - RTRC2HS

“Play is a primary, indeed a primal, way that we learn to understand and experience the world around us.” Image: Reuters/Ali Jarekji

Jenny Anderson
Senior Correspondent, Quartz - Atlantic Media
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