The jarring photographs of flames tearing through the Amazon have captured attention around the world, but they may not always be what they seem. The fires have prompted global calls for a boycott of Brazil, whose far-right president has cut back on protection of wild lands, but many of the images widely shared online by politicians, celebrities and others depict events from different places and even eras. The photo he shared showed a dramatic view of a glowing strip of flames and smoke, but it was actually taken in , in a part of Brazil far from the Amazon, according to a caption posted alongside the photo by The Baltimore Sun at the time. That photo, also shared by the tennis star Novak Djokovic , with his nearly nine million Twitter followers, and by Madonna , with her 14 million Instagram followers, appears to have been taken in in Brazil, according to a caption that appeared alongside the photo in a piece published by The Guardian, as Mother Jones and others have reported. The same day that Jaden Smith shared that image, Leonardo DiCaprio shared another with his 34 million followers that showed a verdant thicket of trees engulfed in smoke. The singer Ricky Martin and President Emmanuel Macron of France also shared that image, but none identified its source.
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