Unique Fauna in São Paulo's Serra do Mar State Park

Serra do Mar State Park, located in São Paulo, is home to a diverse range of unique and endangered species. The park boasts a remarkable flora, including the Brazilian pine tree, and fauna such as the maned sloth, jaguar, and brown howler monkey. Additionally, the park has over 100 waterfalls, including the 260-meter tall Cachoeira do Tabuleiro, which is one of the highest in Brazil. The park is a popular destination for ecotourism and offers visitors the opportunity to hike, bird-watch, and take in the stunning scenery.

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