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“Lençóis Maranhenses National Park is a 380,000-acre (155,000-hectare) protected area in northeastern Brazil. The park’s interior contains miles of rolling sand dunes, the valleys of which fill with freshwater lagoons during the rainy season and are prevented from draining by impermeable rock beneath. Lençóis Maranhenses has 43 miles (70 km) of Atlantic coastline and is home to a range of species, including four that are endangered — the scarlet ibis, the neotropical otter, the oncilla and the West Indian manatee.”

-2.533333°, -43.116667°

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Bill_I_Am

I'm glad you found it interesting, stunned. And you're welcome!

What a very interesting place and very pretty in a strange way. So nice to know so many animals have a safe place. Thanks for this wonderful post.

Susis

"If at first...."

Bill_I_Am

Oh well, it was good while it lasted, Jill.

Susis

Boo hoo hoo I have lost my noodles and have vanished forever!!!

patw

Thanks, mere. I'm midway down on the west coast and don't think I've seen the Glossy either. Or I have and need to pay closer attention. :-)

mereagle

Jacksonville, Fl used to have Scarlet Ibis in their Atrium, if you are near there, @patw. I like the Glossy Ibis, which you can see in North FL.

Bill_I_Am

I hope you get to see one too, Pat. Though the white ones are nice too.

patw

Good for Brazil. I'm hoping one day to see a scarlet ibis. I think they're a little south of me here in Florida. Lots of white ibis here though.

Bill_I_Am

Probably not on this puzzle. :-/

Susis

Well, I'm sure that some lightning fast smartalecs (?) will finish the job!!

Bill_I_Am

Haha, yes, noodles, Jill. It's not my word but that of Daily Overview. And look, you're still on the leaderboard! :-)

Bill_I_Am

You're right, mereagle. It's a very strange puzzle. And it looks no less strange in the Google Maps satellite view.

https://goo.gl/maps/yyxrK6NY2TqfFW4Y9

You're welcome!

Bill_I_Am

You're welcome, Opitz. I appreciate your kind comment. I enjoy learning about places I'll never visit!

Susis

Looks like noodles to me, but I'll take your word for it Bill even though I know you are going to kick me right off of the leaderboard!

mereagle

Very interesting landscape, so surreal, glad it is home to endangered species. Thank you for a very unusual puzzle.

Oputz

Thank you Bill I Am for taking us on these incredible journeys and opening our eyes to new and unexpected wonders!

Isaly2

Very interesting information about this national park. Nice to know that four endangered species live there and are protected.

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