Wild Brazil is a British nature documentary series, first broadcast on BBC Two and BBC Two HD in January 2014. Produced by the BBC Natural History Unit and narrated by Stephen Mangan, the three-part series focuses on three animal families, one of tufted capuchins, one of giant otters and one of South American coatis, but also looks at other animals like jaguars. Each episode is followed by a ten-minute Wild Brazil Diaries segment, illustrating the techniques used to film a particular subject.
The series aired in the United States on Discovery Channel, under the title Brazil Gone Wild.
The series forms part of the Natural History Unit's "Continents" strand. It was preceded by Wild Arabia in 2013 and followed by Wild West: America's Great Frontier in 2016.