I would like to share with you some pictures that show how Brazil is biodiverse. Please, JUST ONE OR TWO PHOTOS PER POST, ONE OR TWO PHOTOS PER DAY AND GOOD PICS (HD) SIZE (800x600 ou 1024x768) !!!!
Please, JUST ONE OR TWO PHOTOS PER POST AND JUST GREAT PICS(HD) SIZE (800x600 ou 1024x768) AND WITH THE MAP WITH THE STATE ABOUT THE PIC !!!!
Area - Total 8 514 876.599 km ² (5th)
Population - Estimated 2009 191 480 630 inhab. (5)
Density 22 inhabitants / km ² (182)
The wildlife of Brazil is all the natural flora and fauna in the South American country. Home to 60% of the Amazon Rainforest, which contains more than one-third of all species in the world, Brazil is considered to have the greatest biodiversity of any country on the planet. It has the most known species of plants (55,000), freshwater fish (3000) and mammals (over 520). It also ranks third on the list of countries with the most number of bird species (1622) and fifth with the most reptile species (468). Approximately two-thirds of all species worldwide are found in tropical areas, often coinciding with developing countries such as Brazil. Brazil is second only to Indonesia as the country with the most endemic species.