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  • proper n. State in north-eastern Brazil which has Aracaju as its capital.


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  • In the photos of da Costa, you'll see her holding a banner reading Sergipe, which is the smallest state in Brazil.

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  • Critical areas with endemic species such as Sergipe’s semi-deciduous forests and Bahia’s deciduous forests remain unprotected and are priority areas for conservation actions.

    Bahia interior forests

  • "We need a fairer distribution," said Laercio Oliveira, a congressman from the small state of Sergipe, in Brazil's northeast.

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  • Brazil's Vale is the world's biggest iron ore exporter and has been investing heavily in the fertiliser space after purchasing Brazilian phosphate mines from Bunge for $3. 8bn in January, as well as receiving an initial license for a potash mine project in Brazil's Sergipe state.

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  • Mangroves are associated with estuaries including those of the São Francisco, Sergipe, Paruguacu, and Vaza-Barris rivers.

    Rio São Francisco mangroves

  • Critical mangroves near Aracaju and southern Sergipe (Area of Environmental Protection of Litoral Sul) are under high risk because of urban expansion, timber extraction, and pollution caused by agriculture and industry.

    Rio São Francisco mangroves

  • This ecoregion covers a large length of coastline of at least Alagoas, Sergipe, and Bahia States.

    Rio São Francisco mangroves

  • Aracaju is the capital of Sergipe, the smallest Brazilian state.


  • It was then a city of around 100,000, located where the River Sergipe emptied into the South Atlantic.


  • This ecoregion covers a large area, including the Brazilian states of Sergipe, Bahia, Minas Gerais, Espírito Santo, and Rio de Janeiro.

    Bahia interior forests


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