Caatinga Pictures, Images and Stock Photos
Cacti and typical caatinga vegetation in Brazil.
Leather hat, symbol of cowboys and country man.
Mandacaru plant and clouds, Horizon Moody sky
Typical cactus of the northeastern hinterland. They invade the mountains and caatingas of the northeast. Its branches drag along the ground forming true sprawling. The spines are sharp white and form in a cluster with several spines. The plant is light green in color.
Caatinga vegetation at Rio Grande do Norte state inland, in Brazil's Northeast region.
Mandacaru cactus in the middle of the caatinga vegetation, in northeastern Brazil
the xique-xique cactus is part of the characteristic vegetation of the caatinga, the only uniquely Brazilian biome. xique-xique is a typical Brazilian plant, occurring naturally in the states of the northeast region of the country, in areas with a semi-arid climate.
Typical landscape of the interior of the state of Bahia, Brazil.
Panoramic view of sete cidades national park with emphasis on the rock formations surrounding the caatinga forest.
Rare record of Azulão feeding on the nectar of the friar's head.
Cactus wall. Division between the sky and the cactus.
Roadside Hawk (Rupornis magnirostris) perched on a cactus over the blue sky in the Brazilian caatinga. Conceição do Coité, Bahia, Brazil
Photo of the township Pinhões, located in the city of Juazeiro, state of Bahia, Brazil. The scenery is part of the caatinga biome.
Tree, vegetation, biome, caatinga.
Portuguese name: Águia-serrana o u águia-chilena. English name: Black-chested Buzzard-Eagle. Scientific name: Geranoaetus melanoleucus.
caatinga is a Brazilian biome that presents semi-arid climate, vegetation with little leaves and adapted for dry periods, in addition to great biodiversity. this biome is found in areas of northeastern Brazil.
3D Render of a Topographic Map of Brazil. Version with Country Boundaries. All source data is in the public domain. Color texture: Made with Natural Earth. http://www.naturalearthdata.com/downloads/10m-raster-data/10m-cross-blend-hypso/ Relief texture: NASADEM data courtesy of NASA JPL (2020). URL of source image: https://doi.org/10.5067/MEaSUREs/NASADEM/NASADEM_HGT.001 Water texture: SRTM Water Body SWDB: https://dds.cr.usgs.gov/srtm/version2_1/SWBD/ Boundaries Level 0: Humanitarian Information Unit HIU, U.S. Department of State (database: LSIB) http://geonode.state.gov/layers/geonode%3ALSIB7a_Gen
The registration of a house in the middle of the Brazilian backtão
Photo taken from above a monolith known as "Pão de Açudar da Vista Alegre", in 2013.
Animal, fauna, ecosystem, Northeastern Brazil, Piaui.
Jatropha Mutabilis flower in caatinga landscapes in Petrolina city, Pernambuco, Brazil
Man, valley, landscape, sunset, tourism
the caatinga is a brazilian biome that has a semi-arid climate, vegetation with few leaves and adapted to dry periods. the vegetation of the caatinga is characterized by low trees, dry branches, crooked trunks, thorns and deep roots
Native trees of the caatinga biome in the interior of brazil
São Raimundo Nonato, PI, Brazil - February 8th, 2017: Landscape of sedimentary rock formation and caatinga vegetation typical of the northeastern semi-arid at Serra da Capivara National Park, a UNESCO World Heritage because its concentration of archaeological sites, hinterland Piaui State, northeast Brazil.
the pilosocereus gounellei species is popularly known as xique xique cactus. the xique-xique is part of the characteristic vegetation of the caatinga, the only uniquely brazilian biome. xique-xique is a typical Brazilian plant, occurring naturally in the states of the northeast region of the country, in areas with a semi-arid climate.