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'''South America''' is a continent in the western hemisphere.
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{{Location infobox|2 = South America|2name = South America|location = South of western hemisphere|affiliation = [[Argentinian Council of Magic]], [[Brazilian Ministry of Magic]]}}'''South America''' is a continent in the western hemisphere. The known wizarding nations that comprise it are [[Argentina]], [[Brazil]] and [[Peru]].
*[[Argentina]]'s [[Quidditch]] [[Argentinian National Quidditch team|team]] made it to the quarter finals of the [[Quidditch World Cup]].
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*The [[Boa constrictor at the Zoo|snake]] [[Harry Potter]] freed from the [[zoo]] is native to [[Brazil]]. [[William Weasley|Bill Weasley]] had a [[Brazilian pen-friend|pen-pal]] from Brazil. Brazil's Quidditch team made it to the quarter finals of the Quidditch World Cup.
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== Magical community ==
*[[Peru]] is home to the [[Peruvian Vipertooth]]. The [[Peruvian National Quidditch team|Peruvian team]] is considered the best team from South America. The [[Tarapoto Tree-Skimmers]] are a quidditch team in Peru. Peru was defeated by Ireland in the semi-finals of the 1994 Quidditch World Cup. [[Peruvian Instant Darkness Powder]] was invented by the wizarding community in Peru.
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The Brazilian municipalities of [[Caxambu]], [[Manaus]] and [[Teresina]] along with the Peruvian town of [[Tarapoto]] are the known locations that house the South American [[Wizardkind|wizarding]] community.
*The [[dugbog]] and [[Crazed Capybara]] are native to South America.
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Although mostly uninhabited, the [[Patagonian Desert]] has received a large amount of people from the international wizarding community, due to the [[2014 Quidditch World Cup]] have been based there.
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== Magical government ==
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The known magical governing bodies in the continent are the [[Argentinian Council of Magic]], with the witch [[Valentina Vázquez]] as its President in 2014, and the [[Brazilian Ministry of Magic]].
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== Magical education ==
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The only known [[Wizarding schools|wizarding school]] in South America is the [[Brazilian wizarding school|Brazilian one]]. It is not known if it attends students from neighbour wizarding nations.
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== Magical games and sports ==
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* The [[Peruvian National Quidditch team]] is considered to be the best team from South America. Also the [[Tarapoto Tree-Skimmers]] are the most famous Peruvian team.
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* The [[Brazilian National Quidditch team]] has won five [[Quidditch World Cup|Quidditch World Cups]] and was the runner-up in the [[2014 Quidditch World Cup]].
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* The [[Argentinian National Quidditch team]] has reached the quarter-finals of the Quidditch World Cup at least once in the 20th century.
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== Magical creatures ==
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* [[Peruvian Vipertooth]]
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* [[Curupira]]
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* [[Fire Slug]]
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* [[Crazed Capybara]]
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* [[Dugbog]]
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== Magical history ==
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*In [[1993]], the yearly [[International Warlock Convention]] was held in Brazil.
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*The [[Peruvian Instant Darkness Powder]] was invented by the wizarding community in Peru. Also the [[Caxambu Style Borborygmus Potion]] was developed by the wizarding community in Caxambu, Brazil.
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*The [[Dragon Pox]] is a potentially fatal disease related to the Peruvian Vipertooth. It was possibly originated in South America.
   
 
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Revision as of 05:30, August 29, 2015

South America is a continent in the western hemisphere. The known wizarding nations that comprise it are Argentina, Brazil and Peru.

Magical community

The Brazilian municipalities of Caxambu, Manaus and Teresina along with the Peruvian town of Tarapoto are the known locations that house the South American wizarding community.

Although mostly uninhabited, the Patagonian Desert has received a large amount of people from the international wizarding community, due to the 2014 Quidditch World Cup have been based there.

Magical government

The known magical governing bodies in the continent are the Argentinian Council of Magic, with the witch Valentina Vázquez as its President in 2014, and the Brazilian Ministry of Magic.

Magical education

The only known wizarding school in South America is the Brazilian one. It is not known if it attends students from neighbour wizarding nations.

Magical games and sports

Magical creatures

Magical history

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