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"Brazil" is unrivaled for its energy, flamboyance and fun atmosphere and not just during the Carnival! And sport isn't all Brazil has to offer. Within its mountains, seas, rainforests, deserts and thousands of miles of rivers are many of your planet's last wild frontiers. Brazil takes you on a visually stunning journey across fabulous landscapes, focusing in on intriguing little-known animals whose behaviors might just shock even the most avid nature-lovers.
Some of the unusual animals who call Brazil home are: the comical-lookingcoatimundi, the strange primordial monster fish, the pirarucu, and hyacinth macaws, which are the largest and most spectacular of the world's parrots. There are also the endearing muriqui monkeys, the largest monkeys in South America, who greet each other with hugs, and one of the most poisonous snakes on earth, the golden lancehead. From humpback whales to leaf-cutter ants, Brazil is buzzing with some truly amazing animal activity.
Jaguars that rule the bizarre and beautiful land of Pantanal, that switches from grassland to swamp and back each year following seasonal rains.
The Mata Atlantica — a forest older and richer than the Amazon — harbors animals found nowhere else in the world. Explore the creatures that inhabit this forest, including the muriqui monkeys and the swifts that live behind the raging Iguazu Falls.
Brazil's coast stretches almost 5,000 miles and spans from the cool temperate waters of the south to the majestic mouth of the Amazon, from the equator and beyond, with a large number of remote islands off the coast. Creatures of all types and sizes call this coast home. From spinner dolphins to venomous snakes, explore the coast's most exotic residents.
The grassland that covers the central region of Brazil is one of that country's least-known habitats, and is home to some of the most extraordinary animals on earth.
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