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>> A massive fire gutted Brazil's national museum in Rio De Janeiro on Sunday. More than 20 million archaeological and historical finds have probably been destroyed in the blaze.>>
> It's a loss for the world. This can never be recovered. For the people, the building, there's no way to get it back.
>> No casualties has been reported and the full extent of the damage is not yet known. The fire began after visiting hours at 5 pm. But no cause has been established. Firefighters are working to put out the blaze, which was burning out of control overnight. The museum boasted several landmark collections including Egyptian artifacts, and the oldest human fossil found in Brazil.
President Michel Temer said in a statement it was an incalculable loss for Brazil.