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  1. Brazilian Golden Parakeet
  2.  Brazilian Golden Lion Tamarin
  3.  Brazilian Tapir

The Parakeet lives in the drier, upland rainforests in Amazonian Brazil. Native to the Atlantic coastal forests of  Brazil, the Golden Lion Tamarin is an endangered specie. It is the second-largest land mammal in South America, after the Baird’s tapir. It is considered an endangered specie.

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From Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Jaburu is a large stork found in from Mexico to Argentina and is most common in the Pantanal region of Brazil.
The Red Guana lives in South America. In Brazil, it found in centain parts of the North and Northeast part of the country. It becomes red when adult.
The Black-Necked Swan is the largest waterfowl native to South America anf found in the South of Brazil.

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From Sao Paulo, Brazil
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Bombinhas is a municipality in the state of Santa Catarina in the South region of Brazil. It is the smallest municipality of that state in terms of area.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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From Baruru, S-P, Brazil
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Bike Museum at Joinville

Joinville is the third largest municipality in the southern region of Brazil, after the much larger state capitals of Curitiba and Porto Alegre.
Joinville is also a major industrial, financial and commerce center in Southern Brazil.
In 2013, its population reached approximately 547,000 people, many of whom are of German descent. Joinville’s metropolitan area is home to 1,212,997 residents according to the 2010 census by IBGE.
Owing to urban development and relatively good infrastructure, Joinville has become a major center for events and business conferences. The city has one of the highest standards of living in Latin America.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.

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From Baruru, Brazil
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Ipanema, Rio de Janeỉo

Most of the land that Ipanema consists of today once belonged to José Antonio Moreira Filho, Baron of Ipanema. The word “Ipanema” did not refer originally to the beach, but to the homeland of the baron at São Paulo.
Ipanema gained fame with the start of the bossa nova sound, when its residents Antônio Carlos Jobim and Vinicius de Moraes created their ode to their neighborhood, “Girl from Ipanema.” The song was written in 1962, with music by Jobim and Portuguese lyrics by de Moraes with English lyrics written later by Norman Gimbel. Its popularity has seen a resurgence with Diana Krall’s song “Boy from Ipanema” released in 2008
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From Sao Paulo, Brazil
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