Spotlight: Brazil

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Fifa 2014 has put Brazil in the spotlight. Brazil being the largest country in South America has a lot of flora and fauna to offer apart from its love for football.

Flora & Fauna

The largest tropical rain forest, The Amazon encompasses 7,000,000 square kilometres where rainforest acquires 5,500,000 square kilometres.

It also stretches out in to:

  • Peru
  • Columbia
  • Venezuela
  • Bolivia
  • Suriname
  • French Guian
  • Ecuador
  • Guyana

One-fourth of the world’s known plant species are found in Brazil along with the vast diversity of every animal group within the animal kingdom inclucing the Toucan, Alligator and small monkeys.

Although today we see, know and understand today’s climate mishaps, Brazil has taken it as their responsibility to ensure that their forests and cities maintain some sustainability.

The backstory of Brazil’s sustainability in the Amazon

Example 1: The city of Curitiba

http://www.nationsencyclopedia.com/Americas/Brazil-FLORA-AND-FAUNA.html#b#ixzz36P5rS09K

http://www.brazil.org.za/brazil-fauna.html#.U7U9e_mSyao

 

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