Photographer's Note

The largest herd of buffalos of the country is located at the island of Marajó. These buffalos, besides the meat, are also used as means of transportation. Says the legend that the so called "Black cattle" arrived on the island, when a ship sank in the Indian coast and the animals swam to the island, and the survivors have adapted to the mode of living in Marajo.

The fact is that the buffalos - about 500 thousand, more numerous than the marajoaras - are constantly present. Even on the meal. The meat, the milk and the cheese - also known as marajoara cheese. It is not exactly like the "Buffalo Mozarela", but a little pastier version.


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