Staden Santo Antonio da Platina i Brasilien har blivit invaderad av spindlar som bokstavligen regnar ner från skyn.
Spindelinvasion i Brasilien
Spindelnäten från dessa spindlar kan bli upp till flera meter stora med tusentals spindlar i och kan färdas långa sträckor med starka vindar. Enligt en biolog som identifierade spindlarna som arten Anelosimus eximius var spindelinvasionen i Brasilien ett naturligt fenomen.
It’s the height of the tourist season and right now people notice fears rampant in Brazil Before Carnival.The recent nightclub fire is focusing attention on the downside of Brazil and people are ignoring the amazing fun and festivities normally associated with Carnival.
The Brazilian nightclub fire on January 31st that left 238 people dead and more than 100 hospitalized prompted officials in Brazil, Venezuela, Nicaragua and Mexico to intensify club safety regulation, accelerate inspections and temporarily close dozens of clubs and bars. “What happened in Brazil is a warning for the whole world,” Miguel Angel Mancera, mayor of Mexico City, said after the tragedy.
Brazil depends highly on the tourist trade and concerts coming from the United States. Unless the tourism department begins an immediate campaign to stop tourist concerns, the problem of Fears Rampant In Brazil Before Carnival will continue.
If you have plans to visit Brazil, are still still going?
As carnival season is about to kick off, with recent night club fire and shootings in the South Brazil, you might wonder how safe your visit to Brazil is.
How safe is Your visit to Brazil?
SAO PAULO—A rash of criminal attacks, including the torching of buses and firing on police, has been reported across the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina, and authorities blame them on a crackdown on drug trafficking and a prison-based gang.
In the latest incidents, a 22-year-old suspected criminal was killed in an overnight shootout with police in Joinville, in the north of the state, while shots were fired at police and three buses and two carts torched across the state, security officials said.
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The five-times World Cup winners Brazil is about to kick-off the FA´s 150th anniversary year when they meet England at Wembley on this wednesday the 6:th of february 2013. Read this article about the four previous battles here…
From Pelé to Barnes: four great clashes between England and Brazil
England entertain Brazil on Wednesday, sparking memories of some enthralling showdowns over the years
1956 WEMBLEY: England 4 Brazil 2, friendly
‘The superiority of the English made one wonder whether the Brazilians could have taken a sleeping draught with their lunches,’ wrote theGuardian after a 4-2 victory against a side that went on to win the World Cup two years later (but played here without Pelé, Garrincha or Vavá). A comedy highlight saw Brazil’s inside-right, Alvaro, refuse to hand over the ball after the award of the first of two penalties, both missed.
Interested in the five time World Cup winner Brazil and their latest battles against England? read the rest of the article here…
Bolivia as one of the three biggest cocaineproducing countries looking for new territories in Brazil when the consumption falls in the United States.
The border that is even bigger than the U.S. – Mexico line is not easy to control, as most of it is pouros jungle or river.
Brazil – the new target in the war of cocain for South American cocain traffickers!
As cocaine consumption falls in the United States, South American drug traffickers have begun to pioneer a new soft target for their product: big and increasingly affluent Brazil.
And the source of the cocaine is increasingly Bolivia, a landlocked country that shares a 2,100-mile border with Brazil.
As Brazilian police officers and border agents can attest, the drug often finds its way to Brazil by crossing the Mamore River, which separates the state of Rondonia from Bolivia in the heart of South America.
It is not an easy border to patrol. Much of it is porous jungle or river. It is also a big border, bigger than the U.S.-Mexico line that has caused so much trouble for both the Obama administration and Mexico’s government.
Worse still is that Bolivia, along with Peru and Colombia, are the three biggest cocaine-producing countries — and Brazil shares 5,000 miles of frontier with them. Click here to read more about the war of cocain…