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Deforestation in Brazil's Cerrado Savanna Falls to Record Low

Deforestation in Brazil's tropical Cerrado savanna, which makes up a quarter of the country, fell 11 percent to a record low in 2018 compared with a year earlier, the Ministry of Environment said in a statement Tuesday.  Deforestation in the South American country's savanna biome totaled 6,657 square kilometers (2,570 square miles), an area larger than the U.S. state of Connecticut. That's just below 6,777 square kilometers in 2016,...

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