Madagascar : Photos

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Piroga

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Piroga




The Eyes of Lemur

The Ring-tailed Lemur gave this wide-eyed soulful stare--a very haunting look.

Like all lemurs, Ring-tailed Lemurs are endemic to the island of Madagascar. He's a current resident of the Toledo Zoo and Aquarium, Toledo, Ohio.




Parson's chameleon (Calumma parsonii )

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The species is endemic to isolated pockets of humid primary forest in eastern and northern Madagascar




Lemure Sifaka

Coppia di Lemure Sifaka, Madagscar, luglio 2019.




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Together with the red ruffed lemur, they are the largest extant members of the family Lemuridae, ranging in length from 100 to 120 cm (3.3 to 3.9 ft) and weighing between 3.1 and 4.1 kg (6.8 and 9.0 lb). They are arboreal, spending most of their time in the high canopy of the seasonal rainforests on the eastern side of the island. They are also diurnal, active exclusively in daylight hours. Endemic to Madagascar
Avec le lémurien à collerette rouge, ils sont les membres les plus importants de la famille des Lémuridés: leur longueur varie de 100 à 120 cm et leur poids entre 3,1 et 4,1 kg (6,8 et 9,0 lb). Ils sont arboricoles et passent le plus clair de leur temps dans la haute canopée des forêts pluviales saisonnières de la côte est de l'île. Ils sont également diurnes, actifs exclusivement en plein jour . Endémique à Madagascar
As the most frugivorous of lemurs, the diet consists mainly of fruit, although nectar and flowers are also favored, followed by leaves and some seeds hence the traveller's tree seeds being
spread allover the ground by them unintentionally
Etant le plus frugivore des lémuriens, son consiste principalement en fruits, bien que le nectar et les fleurs soient également favorisés, suivis des feuilles et de quelques graines. Ils sèment involontairement ces fameuse graines de l'arbre du voyageur




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The fosa are Madgascar's main carnivore and predator which hunts mammamls, primarily lemurs. They are active day and night and are good climbers. They are found througout the island in intact forest areas.




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A group of Ring-tailed Lemurs show off their long striped tails as tney wander down the road near the spiny forest of southern Madagascar.




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A Madagascar Malachite Kingfisher perched at the edge of a pond in Mitsinjo Reserve in Andasibe.




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A boy drags his pirogue - a dugout fishing boat made from a single log, to the village at Belo Sur Mer at low tide.




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A Verreaux's Sifaka sitting on the ground warming up in the sun with her baby near the spiny forest of southern Madagascar.




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As the tide goes out many boats rest on the sand in the fishing village of Betania, near Morondava, Madagascar.




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An anceint grove of boabab trees shows the effects of clear cutting in Madagascar. Once surrounded by a forest of trees, they are now out in the open as these have been taken for fire wood and to build homes in the local village.




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A baobab tree towers over the fence of a local village in Kirindy, Madgascar. The Milky Way sets over the tree on a moosless night. The tree is illuminted with a headlamp.




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Detail of leaves of the ocotpus tree which is found in the spiny forest of southern Madagascar.




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The fosa are a long-tailed, heavy-jawed, puma-like mammal and Madgascar's main carnivore. They are a predator which hunts mammals, primarily lemurs. They are active day and night and are good climbers. They are found througout the island in intact forest areas.




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A Verreaux's Sifaka grasping a pole near the spiny forest of southern Madagascar.




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A Sportive Lemur in a tree in the spiny forest of southern Madagascar.




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Ocotpus trees which is found in the spiny forest of southern Madagascar.




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A Verreaux's Sifaka leaps across the road near the spiny forest of southern Madagascar. Comfortable leaping from tree to tree in the forested areas, they appear to "dance" to cross open spaces on their hind legs.





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