Covering more than a quarter of Brazil’s land area, the Cerrado is the world's most biodiverse savanna, and it is home to around 5% of the Earth's plants and animals including Jaguars, giant anteaters, maned wolves, and armadillos. Nearly half of its 11,000 plant species are found nowhere else on Earth, and local communities rely on them for food, medicine, and crafts. But expanding food production poses a serious threat – the whole ecosystem could disappear within the next 30 years! WWF is working with key partners, including local farmers, food companies, and public and private institutions, to halt deforestation and conversion in the Cerrado and to promote sustainable agricultural practices. Click the link in our bio to find out more.