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Madagascar's Environmental Values and Challenges
Madagascar is among the world's poorest countries. As such, people's day-to-day survival is dependent upon natural resource use. They must live off the land that surrounds them, making use of whatever resources they can find. Their poverty costs the country and the world through the loss of the island's endemic biodiversity. Mada ...
  • Landscape with little forest left in south-west Madagascar
  • Madagascar - two children in a poor country
  • Isalo National Park, sandstone formations, Madagascar
  • Isalo National Park, sandstone formations, Madagascar
  • Isalo National Park, Madagascar
  • Isalo National Park, sandstone formations, Madagascar
  • Leaf Chameleon (Brookesia brygooi), Central-South Madagascar
  • Red-legged Golden Orb-Web Spider (Nephila inaurata), Madagascar
  • Mountain landscape in central south Madagascar
  • Verreaux's Sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi), Isalo National Park, Madagascar
  • Verreaux's Sifaka (Propithecus verreauxi), Isalo National Park, Madagascar
  • Ring-tailed Lemur (Lemur catta), Isalo National Park, Madagascar
  • Ring-tailed Lemur (Lemur catta), Isalo National Park, Madagascar
  • Madagascar Kingfisher (Alcedo vintsioides),, Madagascar
  • Red Fody (Foudia madagascariensis),  Madagascar
  • Agricultural fires, Madagascar
  • Rainbow Milkweed Locust, (Phymateus saxosus), Madagascar
  • Landscape in Fianarantsoa Province in central south Madagascar
  • Isalo National Park, wetland flora, Madagascar
  • Baobab, Adansonia, native tree in Madagascar
  • Village in Southwest Madagascar
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