Praia do Sul Biological Reserve

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Praia do Sul Biological Reserve is a biological reserve on the island of Ilha Grande, in the State of Rio de Janeiro, in Brazil. As soon as it was created on 2 December 1981, it fell under the auspices of the State Environmental Engineering Foundation (FEEMA). It has 3.600 ha.[1]

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Coordinates: 23°10′35″S 44°17′19″W / 23.17639°S 44.28861°W / -23.17639; -44.28861