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World's largest snake, Ana Julia, found dead in Brazil

A giant anaconda, recently discovered and thought to be among the largest in the world, has been found dead, media reports said.

Brazil: Three killed after severe storms hit Sao Paulo

Sao Paulo/IBNS/UNI: At least three people have died in the last 24 hours due to severe storms in southeast Brazil's Sao Paulo state, the Civil Defense agency said Saturday

Brazil floods: Death toll touches 36

Sao Paulo: Floods and landslides caused by heavy rains along the coast of southeast Brazil's Sao Paulo state have claimed 36 lives, authorities said Sunday.

Deforestation in Brazilian Amazon grows by 34.5 pct

Brasilia/Xinhua: Deforestation in the Brazilian Amazon increased 34.5 percent between August 2019 and July 2020 compared to the same period the previous year, with a total of 9,205 square km of forest destroyed, sources said on Saturday. 

Brazil to discourage using fire for land clearance as Amazon wildfires persist

Rio De Janeiro, Aug 27 (Xinhua/UNI) In view of the ongoing devastating wildfires in Amazon rainforest, Brazilian Agriculture Minister Tereza Cristina Dias said Monday the government will try to discourage the practice of using fire to clear land for crops and cattle.

Amazon fire: Six Brazil states ask for military help

Brasilia, Aug 25 (UNI) Six states in Brazil’s Amazon region have requested military help to combat record fires that are tearing through the rainforest, provoking an international outcry because of its central role in combating global warming.

Joint NASA-Brazil SPORT CubeSat Mission will unlock complex equatorial phenomena, lay groundwork for better space weather prediction

Washington, Aug 4 (IBNS) :NASA and a team of Brazilian space researchers have announced a joint CubeSat mission to study phenomena in Earth's upper atmosphere -- a region of charged particles called the ionosphere -- capable of disrupting communications and navigation systems on the ground and potentially impacting satellites and human explorers in space.