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The 55-hectare Grajau State Park within Tijuca Forest preserves some of the original Atlantic forest and is home to a wide range of species including marmosets, bush dogs, guinea pigs, parakeets, vultures, and hawks.
The 55-hectare Grajau State Park within Tijuca Forest preserves some of the original Atlantic forest and is home to a wide range of species including marmosets, bush dogs, guinea pigs, parakeets, vultures, and hawks. The park includes the 444 metre Pedra do Andaraí, which is a popular mountaineering spot.
Rua Comendador Martinelli 742 - Grajaú
21 2576 4296
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