Biodiversity hotspot: São Paulo

São Paulo, the largest city in Brazil, is also home to an incredible amount of biodiversity. The Atlantic Rainforest that surrounds the city is one of the most biodiverse regions in the world, with over 8,000 plant species and countless animal species, many of which are endangered. Despite heavy deforestation in the past, efforts to protect and restore this important ecosystem are ongoing, making São Paulo a unique and important place for conservation.

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