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250 miles off the eastern coast of Africa, is an island forgotten by time. A place where evolution has taken the familiar and created the bizarre. Separated from mainland Africa for more than a hundred million years, life on Madagascar has followed its own evolutionary path. Preserved by its isolation, it is home to a host of creatures found nowhere else… lemurs, chameleons, bizarre insects and the foosah. Madagascar is a world unto its own.
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