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Brazil

Tufted Capuchin (Cebus apella)

Over the last 40 years, one-fifth of the Amazon rainforest has been cut down.

The Amazon

The Amazon harbors the largest remaining tropical forest on our planet, home to nearly one-third of the planet's plants and animals.
Find out what we are doing in the Amazon

Cerrado

The Cerrado is the world’s most biologically rich savanna. It has over 10,000 species of plants and feeds three of the major water basins in South America.
Find out what we are doing in the Cerrado

Pantanal

The Pantanal is the world’s largest freshwater wetland, a seasonally flooded plain fed by the tributaries of the Paraguay River.
Find out what we are doing in the Pantanal

The Atlantic Forest

Despite its diminished state, the Atlantic Forest is still among the biologically richest forests in the world, with several species that can be found nowhere else on Earth.
Find out what we are doing in the Atlantic Forest.

Caatinga

Situated in the northeast portion of Brazil, the Caatinga is a semi-arid scrub forest extremely rich in natural resources.
Find out what we are doing in the Caatinga

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