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Company Lets Media Outlets Capture the Social Perspective Next to Popular Stories like Carnival and Gain new Digital Revenues GRONINGEN, Netherlands, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ --
SAO PAULO, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Fast Dolphin is announcing the opening of a new office in Sao Paulo Brazil.
Partnership to fuel growth in expanding market Minneapolis, MN (PRWEB) March 30, 2015 Calabrio,
SAO JOSE DOS CAMPOS, Brazil, March 30, 2015 /PRNewswire/-- Embraer announced today a firm order for 15 E175s and two E190s from KLM Cityhopper, KLM's regional subsidiary.
Ultra Electronics Airport Systems (“Ultra”) has been awarded a contract from Belo Horizonte International Airport in Brazil to deliver and integrate an Airport Management System (AMS) to provide
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Tough Rides: Brazil filming has already begun and Ryan Pyle is now set for his 10,000-mile motorcycle adventure around South America’s biggest country.
SANTA MONICA, Calif., March 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- ParkMe, the foremost provider of real-time parking data to navigation companies and consumers alike, today announced hiring Mario Coutinho
LONDON, March 18, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Report Details Medicine sales in Brazil- your guide to trends, opportunities and revenue prospects Do you want to assess
-- The new customer relationship center is located in the northwest of Rio de Janeiro SAO PAULO, March 17, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Atento S.A.
Roupala montana is a shrub or small tree species. The species is a member of the Proteaceae family. R. montana can be found from Mexico to Central America and also in Trinidad and Tobago. The tree may be scattered across South America, Bolivia, Argentina, Paraguay and the south of Brazil. Roupala montana can grow anywhere from 3 to 26 feet tall. It is uncommon but an R. montana tree has even been recorded measuring 82 feet tall. Roupala montana has been known to be used for many different...
The Caracu is a breed of cattle that originated in Brazil. It was developed as a dual purpose cattle utilizing both its meat for beef products and milk for dairy products. Its origin can be traced back to the Minhota, sometime in the mid-1500s. Many hardships from disease to harsh condition made it difficult to raise cattle. The first herd book was established in 1916. In 1980, new breeding techniques and genetic improvements has accelerated the evolution and performance of the Caracu. It...
The maned sloth or ai (Bradypus torquatus) is a species of three-toed sloth that can only be found in southeastern Brazil, in the Atlantic coastal rainforest. It prefers to live in humid habitats like evergreen forests, but has been found in secondary and semi-deciduous forests. The average rainfall in areas where this species can be found reaches forty-seven inches per year. The maned sloth varies in size depending upon the sex, with males reaching an average body length between...
The red-handed howler (Alouatta belzebul) is a New World monkey that is native to Brazil and can be found in southeastern areas of the Amazon and in the area of the Atlantic forest between Sergipe and Rio Grande do Norte. It prefers to reside in thick forests within these areas. This species was once thought to hold three subspecies, but studies conducted regarding the appearance of the subspecies and their locations revealed that they were distinct enough to be classified separately. The...
The Bearded Sakis are 5 species of New World monkeys, listed in the genus Chiropotes. They reside in the eastern and central Amazon in South America, ranging through southern Guyana, Suriname, Venezuela, French Guiana, and northern and central Brazil. The 5 species are completely allopathic, their distributions being separated by major rivers. Bearded Sakis are different from the closely related saki monkeys of the genus Pithecia by a pronounced bear, a tuft of hair that stretches out from...
- Large; stout; burly.