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The Canadian newspaper The Globe and Mail published a story about the journey of columnist Robin Esrock in Bonito and Pantanal, in Mato Grosso do Sul , Brazil. In the article "In Brazil` s wetlands the piranhas are quick to bite - the bait, that is "account for the second time his odyssey to the Mato Grosso do Sul.
Esrock says "with hostels and five-star eco-lodges, Bonito attracts everyone from backpackers to high rollers". In the visit to Rio da Prata he says:
"Its steady-flowing crystal-clear stream packed with huge freshwater fish. Visitors rent a buoyant wetsuit, snorkel and mask and simply float on their stomachs, the current leading them to the pickup point. For three hours, I drift in an underwater wonderland among fierce-looking dourado, catfish and pike. With a sensation not unlike flying, Rio da Prata provided the most amazing river experience I`ve encountered".
He recounts that Pantanal is the largest wetland in the world, on the extensive breeding of cattle on ecotourism in this region. The columnist ise nthusiastic about the unique biosphere, full of animals and vegetation. Macaws, alligators, anacondas, capybaras and jaguars are all listed on the lines of the traveler. One of the things that most impresses is the Piranha, a carnivorous fish that has teeth and powerful feature aggressive.
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