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  • You will surely enjoy watching Humpback whales in Madagascar

    12. April 2010

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    You will surely enjoy watching Humpback whales in Madagascar
    Facts About Madagascar Republic of Madagascar (previously Malagasy) is actually an island nation located in Africa off the southeastern coastline of the ‘Black Continent’ that is positioned within the Indian Ocean. In addition, the main island of this country which is as well acknowledged as called Madagascar which is the fourth leading island (Total Area = 587041 sq km) all across the world as well as is renowned for its flora and fauna genus preponderance of which are widespread to this nation itself. Furthermore, Madagascar is known to be one of the numerous poorest countries all across the world. The national capital of Madagascar is Antananarivo. Now about the Humpback Whale: The humpback whale (also known as Megaptera novaeangliae) is actually a baleen whale. It is identified  [...]

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    Madagascar – the only habitat for Lemurs

    8. April 2010

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    Madagascar – the only habitat for Lemurs
    Madagascar is known to be the fourth largest island in the world; in addition it is positioned surrounded by the Indian Ocean almost around 250 miles off the southeast coastline of Africa. The total size of the island is almost 226,658 sq miles in size, furthermore Madagascar as well as an undersized Comoro Islands that is been located to its northern region make available the barely present-day local surroundings to lemurs all across the world. It is been recommended that the lemurs made their line of attack to Madagascar as of the larger continent of Africa millions of years in the past as well as have ever since that time adapted as well as changed into the miscellaneous number of variety that we make out today. Lemurs are miniature primates acknowledged as "prosimians," which, more  [...]

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    In The Humpback Whale’s Playground

    15. December 2009

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    In The Humpback Whale’s Playground
    Country Info Republic of Madagascar (formerly Malagasy) is an island nation of Africa located off the southeaster coast of the ‘Black Continent’ in the Indian Ocean. The main island of the country which is also called Madagascar is the fourth largest island (Area: 587041 square kilometres) in the world and is famous for its flora and fauna species majority of which are endemic to the country itself. Madagascar is one of the poorest country’s in the world. National capital is Antananarivo. Humpback whale The humpback whale (Megaptera novaeangliae) is a baleen whale. One of the larger rorqual species found in various oceans and seas around the world. Humpback whale has a special body shape comprising very long pectoral fins and a knobbly head. Often found in state of animation, the  [...]

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    Park National de Montagne d’Ambre

    10. December 2009

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    Wild Life Calling Park National Montagne d’Ambre rich in its distinctive Flora and Fauna. On an isolated stretch in Montane rainforest, with territory of 18200 hectares is one of diverse and distinctive Montagne d’Ambre National Park in Amber Mountain which is home to the flora and fauna number of endemic creatures. It has the most natural and beautiful habitation with crater lakes and two water falls. Its name has been derived from a resin that seeps from large trees in the park. A worthwhile visit to the park, you can easily explore with help of some different thirty trails. All year round visitation is available, but best time being April to October. All you would like to be the George of the jungle ooooo. The habitat provides for large species of ferns, orchids and lianas  [...]

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