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  1. SAIBA MAIS
  2. Como ouvir audiolivros: https://bit.ly/2ejtJEm
  3. Bibliografia do Nerdologia: https://bit.ly/1SUWXRP
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  9. BBC News Asia. (2018). https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-39427462. British Broadcasting Corporation.
  10. Yong, E. (2009). Titanoboa – thirteen metres, one tonne, largest snake ever. National Geographic.
  11. Keen, C. (2009). At 45 feet long, ‘Titanoboa’ snake ruled the Amazon. Florida Museum.
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