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|Location:||South America, Earth|
|First seen in:||Loups-Garoux|
|First mentioned in:||The Ark|
A type of nut grew in the area and the portuguese language was spoken there. Indigenous people included Latoni's tribe (TV: Black Orchid) and the Nambikwara of Mato Grosso. (TV: Death of the Doctor) Many of these tribes were displaced following the destruction of the Amazon rainforest in 2060. (AUDIO: Loups-Garoux)
Enola Tucker, interested in her uncle's work, went with him to Brazil. (PROSE: The Glamour Chase) Lady Madge Cranleigh said her son, the botanist George Cranleigh, died in the Brazilian forests in 1923 during an expedition. (TV: Black Orchid)
Behind the scenes Edit
- In Black Orchid, there is some confusion about geography with the Orinoco seemingly being located in Brazil. The novelisation indicates that George and Latoni were in Venezuela.
- Brazil was the location of the dinosaur inhabited Maple White Land from Arthur Conan Doyle's The Lost World. All-Consuming Fire featured Lord John Roxton and mentioned Professor Challenger, two of the men who explored the plateau. It was also the location of the Black Lagoon in Creature from the Black Lagoon. Alan Moore described the two locales as a few miles apart in The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen and posited a connection.