Ecoregions of Brazil

Caatinga (South America)

The Caatinga is the largest dry forest region in South America and also one of the richest dry forests in the world, providing habitat for an array of flora and fauna species. It is home to 26 million people and over 2000 species of plants, fish, reptiles, amphibians, birds and mammals.
Southwest Amazon Moist Forests Ecoregion (South America) Editor Tue, 11/13/2018 - 18:55
The Southwest Amazon moist forests region covers an extensive area of the Upper Amazon Basin. The inaccessibility of this region, along with few roads, has kept most of the habitat intact. Also, there are a number of protected areas, which preserve this extremely biologically rich ecoregion.

The Cerrado (South America)

The Cerrado is the largest savanna region in South America and the largest ecoregion in the Americas. It encompasses central Brazil as well as small portions of northeastern Paraguay and eastern Bolivia. Biologically the richest savanna in all the world, it contains an extraordinary amount of biodiversity.
Upper Paraná Atlantic Forest Ecoregion (South America) Editor Thu, 02/21/2019 - 18:58
The "selva parananese" or Upper Paraná Atlantic Forest is an ecoregion of the tropical moist forests biome and the South American Atlantic Forest biome. The ecoregion stretches across the borders of southern Brazil, eastern Paraguay and northeastern Argentina.