How much water do Brazil have?
over 3 thousand bodies of water
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Well, it particularly depends in which state or city you want tobuy. Secondly, the price also varies if you want to buy productiveland, commercial land or land for a house. Moreover, the land nearcoastal areas facing beach would be dearer as compared to landoutside the main city.
Not very much . Not much, my friend... it depends on what you want to work on. If you work in the IT area, you might get good salaries, but it also depends. Usually, long-carrer government employees get good money. Soccer players from A-class teams also get paid really well. Actor and singers als…o make huge money here. And, of couse, politicians make great money too ;).\n. \nAs for "normal" jobs, the technology areas pay really well. Tourism also offer great opportunities with good money. Just for you to understand how bad we go here, a person might get more money delivering pizzas in the US than working as a recent-graduated lawyer in Brazil. It all depends of opportunities. (MORE)
They produce abut 3 pints of milk in brazil becuase the cow are to skinny and if they take more than 3 they will die and there will be less milk. :(
A nurse working in the country of Brazil makes between $7,000 peryear and $25,000 per year depending on their training and theregion they live in. The average annual salary for a nurse inBrazil, Indiana is $63,000.
the cheapest ones are about R$ 12,00 Real (plural: Reais) is the Brazilian currency. $ 1,00 (1 dollar) is about R$ 1,60 (1,6 reais) There are other havaianas' styles, and also customized havaianas, that are more expensive.
Precipitation levels vary widely. Most of Brazil has moderate rainfall of between 1,000 and 1,500 millimeters a year, with most of the rain falling in the summer (between December and April) south of the Equator. The Amazon region is notoriously humid, with rainfall generally more than 2,000 millime…ters per year and reaching as high as 3,000 millimeters in parts of the western Amazon and near BelÃ©m. It is less widely known that, despite high annual precipitation, the Amazon rain forest has a three- to five-month dry season, the timing of which varies according to location north or south of the equator. High and relatively regular levels of precipitation in the Amazon contrast sharply with the dryness of the semiarid Northeast, where rainfall is scarce and there are severe droughts in cycles averaging seven years. The Northeast is the driest part of the country. The region also constitutes the hottest part of Brazil, where during the dry season between May and November, temperatures of more than 38Â°C have been recorded. However, the sertÃ£o , a region of semidesert vegetation used primarily for low-density ranching, turns green when there is rain. Most of the Center-West has 1,500 to 2,000 millimeters of rain per year, with a pronounced dry season in the middle of the year, while the South and most of the Atlantic coast as far north as Salvador, Bahia, in the Northeast, have similar amounts of rainfall without a distinct dry season. . For the source and more detailed information concerning this subject, click on the related links section indicated below. (MORE)
Brazil won the world cup in 2002 hope u like my answer and u had a nice Christmas Brazil won the world cup in 2002 hope u like my answer and u had a nice Christmas
Brazil is almost 60 percent rain forest. It is home to one third ofall the world's rain forests.
Brazil has the majority of the Amazon rainforest, with 60 percent within its borders. The Amazon rainforest [Floresta Amazonia] covers most of the Amazon Basin of South America. The Basin totals 7 million square kilometers [1.7 billion acres]. The rainforest covers 5.5 million square kilometers [1….4 billion acres]. This area includes territory belonging to nine countries. Peru has 13 percent. The remainder is found in Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador, French Guiana, Guyana, Suriname, and Venezuela. (MORE)
Brazil gets between 60 and 80 inches of rain per year. The Amazonrainforest in Brazil gets about 9 feet per year.
The amount of corn produced by Brazil in the 2012-2013 growingseason was around 76 million tons. Other important crops grown inBrazil are soybeans and coffee.
Brazil is the top-producing country for sugar. In 2011, Brazilproduced 734,000 thousand metric tons of sugarcane. Brazil usessugarcane to produce sugar and ethanol.
Brazil produces a lot of coffee, which is exported all over theworld. The country produces approximately 3 billion kilograms ofcoffee per year.
The Countries and Bodies of water that border Brazil. Bordering countries or oceans: Argentina, Bolivia, Colombia, French Guiana, Guyana, Paraguay, Peru, Suriname, Uruguay, Venezuela; Bordering Ocean: Atlantic Ocean.
Brazil is the world's 7 th largest producer of oil. Brazil produces about 2.5 million barrels per day. Of this, about 1.8 million barrels is crude oil.
People should take thefoods as per their height, weight, age and daily activities. Aperson should have to consume pretty nutrition food with all bodyneeds like fats (unsaturated fats), proteins and carbohydrates.From one country to another country the food habits may vary, but Idon't think so countr…y matters in calorie intake levels. (MORE)
The Amazon Rainforest actually covers about 60% of Brazil, makingit one of Brazil's most valuable assets. This dense and lushrainforest not only consumes most of the world's carbon dioxideoutput, but it also in turn releases a great deal of oxygen to theplanet.
In summer it ranges from 77 to 83 Fahrenheit. In winter from 68 to 73
The 2 major bodies of water in Brazil are Amazon river and Bluelake Cave. These are considered to be among the best touristattraction sites.
It depends on the package and the weight. You should check the post office website at www.USPS.com
yes, you can absolutly drink the water. ive been there several times with friends, and no one has ever had a problem
Brazil borders the countries of French Guiana, Suriname, Guyana, Venezuela, Columbia, Peru, Bolivia, Paraguay, Uruguay, Argentina, and the largest body of water it borders is the Atlantic Ocean.
there's no way to mesure that, but they're very good.. Specially on the south region, where there's a soil called the Purple Soil (which acctually is red), that has a extremely high level of fertility. And also the North-east region, which can be dry with porr vegetation in some periods of the year…, but with the right cares, like with irrigated agriculture, it can be very productive; this way it has overcoming other regions production. And also the lands there are cheaper than in the shouth region.. And space there's no absence of space. Brazil is already one of the biggest producers of food in the world, but most of the agricultive lands were not explored yet.. It has a high pottencial to expand agriculture, but still have a wide blank and non economically explored space. (MORE)
Depend! What type of car do you need to export there Where are your location What kind of transportation mode you use to export your car there How much import taxes there in Brazil And any other minor factors such as shipping time, insurance, registration fees, and it might necessitate to… pay for car modification in order to meet standard vehicle specification there. If you are an individual want to export your car there, the best way is actually find an export/import broker to handle your task and you can pay for their services, this may occur additional cost but this is the easiest way. And keep it remember that you need a transporter to move your car to Brazil. For export/transport company just follow the link below http://www.a1autotransport.com/services/international-car-shipping.php (MORE)
The Amazon River, The Atlantic Ocean(sorry but that's all I can find every time I search)
0.62 ounces. I am guessing Emmychung's weight above includes the shell. Iweighed 4 shelled nuts ranging from 2g(0.07oz) to 6g(0.21oz) so Iguess 4g(0.14oz) would be an average.
depends where in sao palo the capital a apartment can average 800 $ a month in American dollars and a home 1000 to 2000 $ but in Brazil you pay in real homes in Sao Palo, Rio de Janeiro, Curutiba, and Brasilis tend to cost more there more heavy popluated but Curutiba might be the cheapest of the 4
The entire west of Brazil is bordered by other countries. Furtherwest of those countries is the Pacific Ocean, but Brazil does nottouch it. East of Brazil is the Atlantic Ocean.
It's called Iguazu Falls in English or Foz Do Iguacu or Cataratas do Iguacu in Portuguese is located on the Iguassa or IguaÃ§a River on the border of Brazil and Argentina. Iguazu is composed of an impressive set of nearly 300 waterfalls all plunging over the border between two countries. In total …the falls are over 492 feet long, although the cliff from which the water falls is up to 2.5 miles long and at its tallest falls reaches heights of 269 feet. Iguazu is a wide horseshoe shaped set of falls, some would call it crescent shaped, surrounded by thick green jungle forests filled with bamboo and palm trees. The river before it hits the falls is meandering over the Parana Plateau in its attempt to make it to sea level. Most of the Iguazu Falls are cascade waterfalls and in the process of falling they send up lots of mist which prisms the daylight creating lots of rainbows to dazzle the observer. Its said that the sound of the falls can be heard from miles away. ;) (MORE)
A lot......all k.....Portugues food...Italian food...Chinese food...japonese food...American food....French....fast food too ...Mcdonald's...... Pizzarias etc.........they don't have Mexican food......
The dollar is worth R$1.360 in Brazil at the time being. Brazilians love Americans, if you give them a $1.00 they will never forget you.
The brazilian currency is: Real. (reais, if it is plural) one dollar is about two reais.
On May 15, 2010, one U.S. dollar [USD] converts to 1.79 Brazilian real [BRL]. One Brazilian real [BRL] converts to $0.56 USD [U.S. dollar]. Its currency sign is R$.
total for 40 gallon's would be about 60 bucks beacause it is 2.54 in Brazil
It depends on in which city of Brazil do you want to go from whichcity of NZ. Although, NZD$1,622.65 is avarage price of everyflight. So, you have to arrange this amount minimun to travel NZ toBrazil.
Brazil is beautiful country for travelling. Many luxury hotels andresort avialble in this country. As per my view Porto Real resortis one of the best resort which given 46% discount off as R$ 600with lots of services.
I do not know how much is in Brazil but 3/4 of the rain that falls in rainforest, stays there and can become water vapour.
a "Brazil dollar" is called a "Real". You can google it: "1 BRL in USD" or "1 real in dollar" it gives you how much it is worth today (2010 jun 1st) R$1.00 = US$ 0.55.
Spending, spending and spending the brazilians spend a lot of water They think it will never end!
The majority of it. Most cities have normal access to clean water but some small communities lack clean water because of droughts
A lot extract from explorer Portuguese and give to pay your debits from England Kindom
There is no set pay for a seamstress in Brazil. It really depends on the hiring party what they are going to pay the seamstress.
Brazil is shaped like a squashed diamond. On two sides, it is surrounded by south and north Atlantic oceans. On the other two sides, it is surrounded by land consisting of 10 different countries. See the related links for a map.
the gold value depends on the KT Value of the gold like 9KT is the cheapest and then goes through 14KT 583 (Soviet gold) 14KT 585 (european Standard) and 18KT and 22KT nad 24KT there is also 23 kt but to answer your question all gold is worth the same any where in the world so if 20g of 9KT Gold f…rom brazil is worth 200 pounds it is worth 200 punds in Australia or anywhere else. (MORE)
Brazil has been a poor country until recently, with the population growing very fast and not enough money to provide clean water to most of this enormous country. Where there is a piped water supply it is not clean drinking water, and people depend on bottled water and water purifiers for their drin…king water. Many poor people have moved to the cities and built illegally in areas that are not served by basic water supplies. (MORE)
Brazil is such famous destination for travelling in the wholeworld. There are many luxurious hotels in brazil which provide lotsof facility and ultimate services as well as given best discountoffer to tourist.
Visa fees are set by governments and one country may set different prices for each of their embassies or consulate generals. Moreover, some countries (such as Brazil) set price base on the nationality of the applicant. For example, a Canadian needs to pay more for their Brazilian visa comparing to a…n American. The reason is reciprocity. You should contact the nearest embassy or consulate general of Brazil for up to date information. (MORE)
Sixty percent of the Amazon Rainforest is located in Brazil. It is also located in Peru and Colombia. Small parts are located in numerous other countries as well.
The current President of Brazil is Dilma Rousseff, who has a annual salary of $320,678 a year.
It depends when you are travelling and how far in advance the tickets are booked and if you are flying in Business/First or Economy. Also it depends on where in Brazil you are travelling to. A random check on a website such as Expedia shows February 4th -Feb 25th 2014 booked 3 weeks in advance rou…nd trip to be 1087 US Dollars (700 pounds sterling) in Economy on Air France changing flights in Charles De Gaulle. (MORE)