Biodiversity that awakens passions
The Amazon forest is the largest rainforest in the world, home to a rich biodiversity of fauna and flora. With such exuberance, it is not surprising that the region attracts people from different parts of the country to study and protect its biodiversity.
In this week's Liberal Amazon article, you will learn about the stories of professionals who arrived, fell in love with and adjusted their lives to research and help conserve the fauna and flora of the Amazon.
We also talked to local experts, who highlighted the importance of collaboration with professionals from other regions and even countries, always respecting the Amazon and its inhabitants.