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By Ananda Alves, Contributing Reporter

RIO DE JANEIRO – Mamirauá, which is an indigenous word for “baby manatee”, is a 1,124,000 hectare Sustainable Development Reserve, located in the Amazonas state, the largest reserve of its kind protecting flooded forest (“varzea”) in Brazil.

Esso/ExxonMobil and USAID (U.S. Agency for International Development) recently announced their support of the Civil Society of Mamirauá, in an exciting program . . .

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