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With regard to the climate, Ibotirama is hot and semi-arid with dry winds during the dry season becoming aggravated during the months of August and September. The rainy season is from November to March. In this season the climate is wet and hot, and feels uncomfortable. The average temperature varies between 35Âº and 45Âº. Due to the soft breeze that comes with the dry season the climate becomes more agreeable, especially at night. The average rainfall varies between 500 and 600 mm3. The flora of the region is known as Caatinga. There is also Cerrado in some parts of the municipality, which is characterised by low-lying vegetation and trees like the umbuzeiro, the aroeira, the xique-xique, the juruma preta, the umburana de cheiro, the mandacaru, the palma e other cacti that store water in their leaves and stems, which serve as food for the cattle and also for the population, mainly in the dry season. The fauna of the region is made up mainly of perikeets and doves. There are also parrots, owls, hawks, and emas. Mammals are rare but there are still wildcats, wilddogs, sagui monkeys, sloths, skunks, deer, capivara and bats. The onÃ§a, or jaguar, is also still found in reduced numbers.
Ibotirama is a city and municipality located in the west of the state of Bahia, Brazil. It is in the micro-region of the lower-middle SÃ£o Francisco River. This major river passes by the city where it is crossed by a recently constructed bridge.
The first industries began with sugar mills to produce molasses and stills to produce rum. There were also small factories making manioc flour, cheese, carnauba wax, babaÃ§a palm oil, bricks and roof tiles. Present-day Ibotirama has five brick factories, two rice mills, one quarry, five small ironworks, five sawmills, a broom factory, a mineral water bottler, and three furniture factories. Agriculture is the main economic activity. Main crops planted during the rainy season are: tobacco, beans, corn, manioc, pumpkin, sesame, sugarcane and grass. The plants develop quickly due to the constant heat of the region. There is also fishing on the river with over six thousand fishermen registered with the government.
Its area is 1470 kmÂ² and it is limited on the north by the municipality of MorparÃ¡, on the south with the municipality of Paratinga, on the east with the municipality of Oliveira dos Brejinhos and on the west with the municipality of MuquÃ©m do SÃ£o Francisco. Ibotirama is crossed by Br-242, which connects BrasÃlia to Salvador and Ba 162, connecting with Bom Jesus da Lapa. The distance between the city and the state capital is 668 km. The average distance between neighboring cities is 100 km. The average time taken to go from the villages to the municipal center is 20 with people coming by bus, automobile, truck, boat, cart, horse, bicycle, and on foot.
The area was once inhabited by Tupi-Guarani Indians who had their fishing camp here. In the eighteenth century settlers began to arrive to start cattle ranching. A settlement was formed to supply muleteers and cattle drivers and fishermen began to settle to take advantage of the vast fishing in the river. In 1911 the village was elevated to the district of Piratinga and in 1931 it became a vila with the name of JardinÃ³polis. In 1943 the name was changed to Ibotirama. It was only in 1958 that it became a city. Economic growth occurred when the important BrasÃlia-Salvador highway was built, making Ibotirama an obligatory stopover for travelers and truck drivers on the long and tiring journey.
* Became a city: 1958 * Elevation: 419 m * Population: 24,764 inhabitants * Total area: 1,470 kmÂª * Population density: 17.73 hab/kmÂ² * CEP (postal code): 47520-000