The calango do cerrado, a type of forestation model that is ideal for the ecosystem. The cerrado region covers an area larger than Texas and Oklahoma combined in Brazil, making it one of the world’s most extensive savannas. It contains more species of plants than any other tropical region on Earth, but has been largely cleared to make way for agriculture.

Bullet Point: The cerrado region covers an area larger than Texas and Oklahoma combined in Brazil, making it one of the world’s most extensive savannas. Bullet Point: It contains more species of plants than any other tropical region on Earth, but has been largely cleared to make way for agriculture.

Bullet Point: The cerrado biome includes a high amount of biodiversity, including many endangered species such as the jaguar and the maned wolf. The calango do cerrado is an example of how to make use of this land with sustainable forestation practices that provide shade for cattlemen in Brazil’s scorching sun, habitat for native wildlife like anteaters, sakes and deer while also stopping erosion from occurring on steep slopes.

This practice has been widely adopted by ranchers who want to get out ahead of any potential environmental legislation against clearing more farmland. Calango do cerrado helps protect water sources downstream as well by maintaining rainfall levels across these vast plains where soil quality can be poor due to heavy winds

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