Fauna and Flora of Brazil

Brazil and the Northeast have an exceptional fauna and flora in their environment with the greatest biodiversity of the Paneta and owns the largest freshwater reserves and a third of the tropical forests that remain in the world, it has seven biomes: Amazon, Cerrado , Caatinga, Atlantic Forest, Pantanal, Coastal and Pampas.

Fauna and Flora of Brazil

Brazil has in its environment the largest fauna and flora on the planet.

The country is home to approximately 524 species of mammals, 517 of amphibians, 1.677 of birds and 468 of reptiles.

Furthermore, among these forms of life, a large part is endemic, that is, they only exist in Brazilian territory: 131 species of mammals, 294 of amphibians, 191 of birds and 468 of reptiles are exclusive to Brazil.

Among the greatest fauna and flora, the Amazon, the largest rainforest in the world, is the national and also global highlight, having the greatest variety of life on Earth.

Covering 5,5 million square kilometers, the Amazon Forest has a third of all living species on the planet.

It is estimated that there are more than 5 million plant species there, of which only 30.000 have been identified.

Even so, one in every 5 plant species in the world is in its territory. In just one of its hectares there can be up to 300 different types of trees.

As for the animal variety, in Alto do Juruá in Acre alone, the forest region richest in biodiversity, there are 616 species of birds, 50 of reptiles, 300 of spiders, 140 of frogs, 16 of monkeys and 1.620 of butterfly known.

Fauna and Flora of the Northeast and Brazil

Fernando de Noronha has the largest concentration of dolphins on the planet
Fernando de Noronha Archipelago, Fauna and Flora of Brazil, islands of Brazil

Fernando de Noronha has the largest concentration of dolphins on the planet

Inside the Bay of Dolphins inlet in Fernando de Noronha, one of the archipelago's natural attractions, there is a high concentration of spinner dolphins, an oceanic and tropical species known for its behavior of jumping out of water and performing up to seven rotations. around the axis itself. Dolphin watching on site […]

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