New film on my Youtube Channel:
The Natural Wonders of the Brazilian Cerrado: A 4K Sound and Image Experience
The Parque Estadual Altamiro de Moura Pacheco state park is a 2,132-hectare protected natural area located in the state of Goiás, Brazil. It is home to a unique ecosystem of the Brazilian Cerrado, one of the oldest and most diverse forests in Brazil. In this short film, the park manager provides an in-depth look at the diverse fauna and flora found in this beautiful natural reserve.
The Brazilian Cerrado is a vast tropical savanna ecoregion that covers around 2 million square kilometers in Central and South Brazil. It is considered one of the most biodiverse savannas in the world and is known for its unique and diverse plant and animal life. The Cerrado is home to over 10,000 plant species, many of which are found nowhere else on Earth. Some of the most well-known fauna found in the Cerrado include the maned wolf, jaguar, giant anteater, marsh deer, and the giant otter. The Cerrado is also home to many indigenous people and traditional communities, who have lived in harmony with the environment for centuries. Unfortunately, the Cerrado is under threat due to human activities such as agriculture, mining, and urbanization. Conservation efforts are underway to protect and preserve this unique and important ecosystem.