Brazil has been around for over 100 year and still one of the most beautiful places in the world. Many people have seen movies shot in Brazil and always wonder what it would be like to visit there, but don’t know anything about it. Brazil is a perfect place to go a vacation, there's many historical places to visit, different foods to try, people could learn about their culture, and to see one of the greatest monument in the world, Christ the Redeemer.
B: The Amazon River is another national landmark for Brazil. It is the second largest river in the world. It is habitat to rare mammals such as the boto, also known as the Amazon River Dolphin. The Characin, similar to piranhas. And in some shallow parts of the Amazon the Anaconda, one of the world's largest species of snakes.
The wildlife of Brazil comprises all naturally occurring animals, fungi and plants in the South
My document is all about Brazil. I will give you details about the location of my county and some of the famous mountains and rivers that are located there. I will also tell you about a famous person that was born in this country. Foods that are found in this country will also be discussed. I will research the language that is spoken in this country. One of the other things that I will be writing about are the famous landmarks in this country.
Brazil is the 5th largest country in the World, and home to an almost uncountable number of species, where hundreds of new species are discovered every year. The biodiversity in Brazil is divided between six main biomes, and its marine and coastal zones: Amazon biome, Pantanal biome, Cerrado biome (Savanna), Caatinga biome (Tropical Scrub Forest), Atlantic Forest biome, and the Pampa biome. 20% of the Earth’s biodiversity is estimated to be found in Brazil. Furthermore, it is well known that all brazilian biomes have been struggling with human activities, the pressures. Human pressures have been driving a high number of species towards nearly extinction in Brazil; some are believed to be extinct even before they have been studied by formal
Larger in land mass than the contiguous United States, Brazil borders every country on the South American continent except Ecuador and Chile. Three features define Brazil's geography: the Amazon Basin, tropical savanna and the Brazilian Highlands. The Amazon River and rain forest, the world's largest, encompass most of northern Brazil and make this region inhospitable to agriculture and large populations. To its south lies the Cerrado, a vast tropical savanna. Advances in agricultural practices have allowed large-scale farming to thrive in this region. However, due to distance and geography, Brazil faces daunting challenges in getting agricultural commodities to international markets. The Brazilian Highlands and the narrow strip of land between
Brazil is the largest country in South America and in Latin America. Brazil’s capital is Brasilia. I picked Brazil due to my curiosity, it's fascinating facts, and its interesting past and current events. Since Brazil has many positive stuff it makes me want to learn more about the country. According to my personal thoughts, Brazil is one of the most interesting countries so far. Brazil is a really nice place for tourists. Brazil has many adventurous places. Such as The Amazon River, The Amazon Rainforest, Christ the Redeemer, and etc. Many people enjoy watching the views of the Amazon River. People also visit the Amazon Forest to look at the different species all around the forest. Christ the Redeemer is a very famous statue that many people enjoy looking it. Brazil is the world's fifth largest country by area. And it is the sixth most popular country.
Brazil borders every nation except Chile and Ecuador. Brazil is divided into Brazilian Highlands, or plateau, in the South American River Basin in the North. Brazil has rainforests, rivers, grasslands, and beaches. Brazil has more people and land than any other place in South America. Over a third of Brazil is covered by the Amazon and it’s over 200 tributaries. There are many rivers in Brazil. One major river is the Amazon River and it’s actually the second largest river in the world. The Amazon River is anywhere between 6,259 km / 3,903 mi and 6,712 km/ 4,195 mi long. The Amazon River supplies 20 percent of all the water that the world’s rivers pour into the ocean. Brazil also has rainforests. The largest rainforest is located in Brazil itself and that is the Amazon Rainforest. It has more than 1.2 billion acres in size. In matter of fact the rainforest is located
So, Brazil occupies about half of South America, meaning Brazil alone is larger than the contiguous United States of America (the original 48 states). Brazil is located south of the equator, it borders the Atlantic Ocean, and is the largest country in South America. Brazil occupies 3,287,557 square miles with 3,205,080 being land and 21,411 square miles being water. Brazil borders most South American countries. Brazil’s northern section is occupied by the Amazon Rain forest while the south is plains that consist of swamps and marshes. The coast runs along the east. There are also mountains including the Brazilian Highlands that run from the east to the north and the go west to the Amazon. The north is tropical while the south is more temperate.
Brazil has five marked ecosystems, which include the tropical rainforest, the Pantanal (tropical wetland), the Cerrado (tropical savannah), Mata Atlantica (Atlantic forest) and the pampas (Fertile plains). Brazil also has a large number of mountains that range from 6,000 to 9,000 feet above sea level. None of these mountains are covered in snow, although snow occasionally falls on certain parts of Brazil. Most rivers have their origins in mountain ranges and that is why mountains are important in the life of Brazil (Hunnicutt, 1949).
Brazil is located in the northeast portion of South America and it is bordered by almost all South American countries except Chile and Ecuador. The countries that border Brazil are Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Perú, Suriname, Uruguay and Venezuela. Brazil is bordered by an ocean on the east side east, that ocean is the South Atlantic Ocean. Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world. Brazil also has the world’s 6th largest population. Brazil is mostly flat but has rolling lowlands towards the north and contains mountains, hills and some plains. Brazil is usually and mostly tropical but gets temperate towards the south.
Brazil is the 5th largest country in the world, and the largest country in South America. It is approximately 3,286,470 sq miles total (The Columbia Electronic Encyclopedia, 2012). Brazil is broken up into five separate regions (North, Northeast, Southeast, South and Central West) but is mostly Amazon River basin to the
Brazil, officially known as the Federative Republic of Brazil, is a county located in South America that occupies half of the continents land mass. It is the fifth largest country in the world. Brazil faces the Atlantic Ocean along 4,700 kilometres of its coast line and shares more than 9,700 kilometres of inland border with every South American country except Chile and Ecuador. Brazil has a population of approximately 202 million people. Brazil’s population consists of mainly people aged between 24-25 years. In Brazil the majority of the population is located in the major cities of Sao Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Belo Horizonte. In Brazil 22.76 million people are employed. 99.7% of Brazil’s population have a clean drinking water source and 81.3%
I recommended Brazil because of its large labor pool, vast natural resources, and its regional impact in South America. It is the leader in the region. Brazil together with Russian, India and China are called BRIC countries, four most rapidly growing developing countries.
Brazil is a nation known for its agriculture and tourism, but it did not obtain the world’s seventh largest nominal GDP simply by relying on those industries alone (World Bank, 2014) . Brazil is one of the largest countries in both Central and South America by geographical area, and by population. Though proud of its traditions, Brazil has embraced and assimilated with American business customs to create a strong partnership. Within this decade, global organizations FIFA and the Olympics chose to locate their events, among all other nations, in Brazil. US based companies such as IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Electronic Data Systems, and Whirlpool have expanded their offshoring activities to Brazil, and even Indian IT based companies