252 square miles (655 square km) of the Cerrado, which is a vast tropical Savanna region in the middle of Brazil. From parched yellow parries in winter to lush green meadows in summer. This place is one of the worlds most biodiverse ecosystems. It is thought that there are 10,000 species of plants – half of which are endemic (can only be found here). Around 900 bird species, and 300 mammal species live here. Species of particular interest include manned wolf, vultures, toucans, giant anteaters, deer, Cerrado fox, tapier and jaguars.