505 – The Mata Atlantica: Brazil’s Other Rainforest

One of the world’s most diverse forests, the Mata Atlantica once covered Brazil’s southeastern coast for over a thousand miles and still blankets the steep hills of Río de Janeiro. Now less than ten percent remains, much of it in protected parks. Within the Mata, runaway slaves established their villages, some of which persist and can only be reached by boat.

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