Geography of Brazil #2

Can you answer these random questions about the geography of Brazil?
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What is the capital of Brazil?
Brasília
What does that city look like as seen from space?
Airplane
What are the only South American countries that do not border Brazil?
Chile
Ecuador
What region of fertile grasslands covers the southernmost parts of Brazil?
Pampas
What is the currency of Brazil?
Brazilian Real
What city in the middle of the Amazon rainforest was once home to
fabulously wealthy rubber barons?
Manaus
What river forms a large portion of the border with Argentina?
Uruguay
What is the largest state of Brazil by area?
Amazonas
What is the name of elevated rocky region that spans northern Brazil?
Guiana Highlands
What line of latitude runs through the middle of the city of Macapá?
Equator
What is the etymology of "Rio de Janeiro"?
River of January
What are the two most famous beaches of Rio de Janeiro?
Copacabana
Ipanema
What type of bean is Brazil the world's largest producer of?
Coffee
What city, starting with the letter R, is the eastern-most major city in South America?
Recife
Name one of the four longest tributaries of the Amazon River.
Madeira | Purús |
Japurá | Tocantins
What state is Salvador the capital of?
Bahia
What type of action has recently been destroying the Amazon rainforest, blamed
on the policies made by the Brazilian government?
Deforestation
What is the longest river in in eastern Brazil?
São Francisco
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Level 73
Aug 8, 2020
The deforestation answer is tautologous. What is causing forest to disappear? Deforestation! What is causing the World's temperature to rise? Global warming. I tried logging, burning, agriculture.