Cerrado

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Cer·ra·do

 (sĕ-rä′dō)
An extensive savanna region of south-central Brazil. Originally providing habitat for a wide assortment of wildlife, much of the Cerrado is now used as rangeland for grazing cattle.
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cerrado

(səˈrɑːdəʊ)
n
a vast area of tropical savanna in Brazil
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