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Brazil is filled with natural wonders. The brown, sluggish waters of the great Amazon River snake their way across the north of the country. The river passes through the world's largest area of dense, steamy rainforest, which teems with wildlife. Brazil also has rich mineral resources and fertile soils where timber, coffee, cocoa and sugar-cane grow. This should bring great wealth but, like much of South America, Brazil suffers from economic problems. There is widespread poverty among its ever-growing population. So a lot of people have moved inland in search of new farmland. As a result, huge areas of the Amazon rainforest are being destroyed. This has become an environmental issue of world-wide concern. Brazilian gauchos or cowboys tend grazing sheep in the central and southern plateau region.