Brasilia is the capital of Brazil.
There are roughly three times the number of people living in Brazil than the United Kingdom.t
The main language spoken in Brazil is Portuguese.
The currency of Brazil is the Real.
Brazil is roughly the same size as the United States
Brazil has a tropical climate so it gets very hot.
People there have to wear clothes that keep them cool, like cotton T-shirts and shorts.
Sometimes it is cold in the south of the country.
Most Brazilians live in cities in tall blocks of flats or apartments, but some people live outside the cities in favelas – places where houses are roughly built shacks. Most children go to school, but some are too poor so they have to work to help support their family.
Brazilians love playing and talking about sport. A very popular sport in Brazil is soccer, but they call it futebol.
Brazilians also play a sport called capoeira. It is like a fight, a dance, and judo all in one.
Carnival is one of the most exciting festivals in Brazil. During this four day celebration in late February or early March many activities take place.
They include parades, music, dancing, fireworks and theme parties.
Most Brazilians speak a language called Portuguese.
Brazil has amazing sites and landmarks. Two of the most famous landmarks are the Statue of Christ the Redeemer, towering over the city of Rio de Janeiro and Sugarloaf Mountain.
Brazil has some of the world’s greatest rivers. The River Amazon is the world’s second longest river.
Many great foods are grown in Brazil. Tropical fruits like bananas, melons, pineapples, mangoes, and oranges. The cocoa beans used to make chocolate are grown in Brazil.
Although coffee is the main drink, people also drink mate which is similar to tea.
Brazil’s most popular dish is feijoada. It is made with black beans, dried beef, and pork.
Theis home to many thousands of different kinds of animals and plants. Many of these animals cannot be found anywhere else on Earth.
Some of the rainforest’s rare animals include the caiman crocodile, the morpho butterfly, the emerald boa and the three-toed sloth.
What is the weather like in Brazil?
Name 2 famous landmarks in Brazil.
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Which rare animals live in the Amazon Rainforest?
How is food in Brazil similar or different to England?
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