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Does the Panama Canal let people through o make it easier to travel and so they dont use as much gas?

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2008-05-05 02:12:08
2008-05-05 02:12:08

Yes it does it lets boats go through so they use less miles and gas. It is also fasterYes it does it lets boats go through so they use less miles and gas. It is also faster

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