The Amazon Rainforest of Brazil
Covering over a staggering 6 million hectares, the Central Amazon Conservation Complex is one of the richest ecological reserves in the world. Changing with the seasons (white sandy beaches in the dry season and flooded forests in the wet season), this region is home to a plethora of species that are as fascinating as they are unique. The jaguar, giant arapaima fish, Amazonian manatee, black caiman, two species of river dolphin, and the world's most extensive collection of electric fish offer just a glimpse of the biological diversity that thrive in this Amazonian haven.
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