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Earth

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Earth
South America
Brazil
Rio de Janeiro
South America
Rio de Janeiro

Barra da Tijuca
Beep! Beep! wroof! Pong! That's the sound of many people, traffic, sound of cars, buses, motocicles in Barra. There are many neighborhoods around Barra da Tijuca. Let's see what are them!
There are some well known neighborhoods, such as, Copacabana, São Conrado, Ipanema, Joa, Leblon, Recreio, Itanhangá, Tijuca, and Jacarépagua. In the Tijuca forest also live animals such as, lizards, toucans and several families of marmoset also known as Sagui ( monkeys), chameleon, butterflies,
and different and beautiful kinds of birds. Some neighborhoods have beautiful beaches,such as Copacabana beach, Ipanema, Leblon, Barra da Tijuca, Recreio, Joá, and Guaratiba.
You can see Barra da Tijuca has a lot of neighborhoods around it. Barra is a wonderful place to live!


Shshssh! Crush! This is the sound of the waves crushing into the rocks, in the beautiful beaches in Rio de Janeiro. There are many interesting things in Rio, but what are them?
Rio de Janeiro has natural resorces, tourims places, history locals, famous musics...Rio also has many tourism places. They are Cristo Redentor, Pão de Açúcar, that are two really famous points, there are more tourism points such as Copacabana beach, Jardim Bôtanico, Santa Teresa, Tijuca forest, and Samba shows. Rio de Janeiro has a lot of natural resorces. For example, clay or sand, limestone, gold or iron nickle, hydro power, coconut, and bananas. Rio has some history locals. That are, National library, Municipal Theater, Museums, and old Churches. ''Tatatatatatatatatatatatata...!'' This is a super famous music called '' Garota de Ipanema''. The authors that wrote this music are called ''Tom Jobim & Vinícius de Moraes. Tom has been already in the US.
You can see that Rio has many places to visit to learn about, and it's not only that, it has more interesting things to know. I really like living in Rio!

Earth
Tic Tum! Tic Tum! Tic Tum! Brazil has a lot of samba, and many facts about it too, but what can it be?
Let's get into the samba spirit!nSamba started in 19th century, in Bahia, but it was in Rio de Janeiro it took root and grew.It is a dance, rhythm, and music. Samba is an really agitated rhythm. People mostly use samba at carnaval, that is also really famous.
Brazil is a terrific country. It is one of the countries in South America. There is 26 states in Brazil. It's population estimated is 200,000,000. Brazil's capital is Brasilia, it's in the middle of Brazil and the president stays there. In Brazil they speak portuguese. Brazil is 3,827,612 square miles, ( 8,514,877 kilometers).]
Like all of others countries, Brazil has some typical foods. Such as, pão de queijo, bean stew, canjica, quindim, barbcue, rice and beans, pastel, caipirinha and açai drinks, tapioca and some other typical foods. All the countries probbaly will have a typical food.
If Brazil didn't have samba, Brazil wouldn't have some happiness, and some action. All countries have some different celebrations. Also if Brazil didn't have these typical food, all the countries would have the same things, same foods, that's why it's good to be different.




About me!

My name is Marcella, I am 9 years old. I was born in Santa Catarina, in Jonville.I like basketball, arts, reading, tennis, I also like dogs, and other animals. I also love my family!
What are the facts about South America? South America has many types of different things witch ones are they?
Do you know how many countries there are in Brazil? There are 12 normal countries, 2 dependent, so there are 14 countries in all. The normal countries are, Argentina, Brazil, Bolivia, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela. The dependent countries, the ,
colonies, are Falkland Islands(UK), and the other one is French Guiana(France).
Do you want to know more facts? It's population is 380,000,000 ( estimated 2014 ). There they mostly speak portuguese and spanish, also other languages, but these are the most. The biggest country there is Brazil, it means it has the bigger population and size, and the smallest is Suriname, it has less population and it is smaller. There are a lot of animals in there such as, capybara, alligator, tamandua, macaw, toucan, tapir, guara wolf, lhama, tortoise, jaguar, armadillo ball, alpaca, and golden lion tamarine.
South America is a big continent, that means its not only that, we have more to learn about it!

Do you know something that happend sometime ago in the world? People need to take care of Earth because it is our home.
In 28 of September, a light shown in the sky, it's name is supermoon eclipse. Since 1900 the supermoon had happend 5 times, at 1910, 1928, 1946, 1964, 1982, and the next one will happen in 2033. That happens when the moon reaches the closest point of the Earth. It will look 14% larger and 30% brighter.
22 of September, was the day for rhinos. A 41 year old northern white rhino that lives at San Diego Park in Escondido, California.It is one of only four remaining northern white rhinos in the world. World Rhino Day, is dedicated to raising awareness of Nola and the less than 30,000 other rhinos left on Earth. Some people kill white rhinos and normal rhinos. Other people say most animals are endangered because of the human beans. People kill them for their horn, and then they sell them for thousands dollars. Rhinos have been in earth more than 41 million years, but now they are endangered because of human activities.
There are 6 continents in the World. They are, America, Africa, Asia, Euroupe, Australia, and Antarctica. Its population is more than 7 billion people.
It's important to take care of our world because, than we are going to affect our selves. Its like destroying your home, but it's more special. The Earth is my home!
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