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On 26 June 2016, the SS Cosco-Shipping Panama, with 9,472 containers on board, crosses the Agua Clara locks during the inauguration of the expansion of the Panama Canal. Waterborne tugs, rather than the rail-borne “mules” used on the original canal, guide the ship through the locks. (Courtesy Admiral Kurt Tidd, USN)
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