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Brazil, situated in South America, is 8,514,877 km2 (8,459,417 km2 of land and 55,460 km2 of water) with 7,491 km of coastline. Being mostly tropical with a wide variety of terrains, Brazil is able to sustain 15 to 20% of the world’s biodiversity. More so, it is in the top 17 most biologically diverse countries in the world, and has the largest number of endemic species on a global scale.