ILHA DE MARAJO
Marajó Island is close to 50.000Km² and is the largest marine-fluvial island in the world. It had an ancient civilization that was famous for its ceramics. It is divided in two almost equal regions: The eastern half of the island is called the fields region. It is characterized by low-lying fields with savannah type flora, sectioned by strips of remaining forest along the rivers. Various varieties of palm trees and dense mangrove swamps line the coast. The island's western half, called the forest region, is covered by primary forest.

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