Biodiversity in Madagascar

5 years ago

Madagascar has been a place I`ve wanted to visit since learning about it`s biodiversity in school. Since it separated from India about 88 million years ago the plants and animals have evolved in isolation and about 80% of the species of plants and animals here are found no where else in the world, including the sifaka lemurs in picture 5. As I was looking at some pictures there were some quite unique land formations like the limestone outcrop in Moramba Bay in picture 1 and at Sandy Cove in picture 4. The view from Fort Dauphin reminds me of some of the views I saw in Hawaii. Picture 3 is a picture of Baobab trees, 6 of which are native to Madagascar. If the majority of Madagascar looks anything like the pictures and with the biodiversity it has I think it`d be a great vacation for those who love different types of animals and plants. I`d personally want to go for the lemurs for sure. Look how cute they look.

Would you want to visit Madagascar?
Or did you like animated movie Madagascar by Dreamworks?

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