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Washing woman at Malvina slum, Amapa State, Amazon, Brazil, 1988. The State of Amapa has the lowest rate of loss of its original vegetation of any Brazilian state: only 2%. Most of its territory is occupied by forests, with the remaining area savannah and plain. At the seaside, almost intact beaches get mixed with swamps, composing the largest Brazilian representation of this biome, where this mix of salt and fresh water is perfect for the reproduction of the food chain for several animal species.