"The Rainforests of the Atsinanana comprise six national parks distributed along the eastern part of the island. These relict forests are critically important for maintaining ongoing ecological processes necessary for the survival of Madagascar’s unique biodiversity, which reflects the island’s geological history. Having completed its separation from all other land masses more than 60 million years ago, Madagascar’s plant and animal life evolved in isolation. The rainforests are inscribed for their importance to both ecological and biological processes as well as their biodiversity and the threatened species they support. Many species are rare and threatened especially primates and lemurs." -http://whc.unesco.org
A great surprise gift fresh from Madagascar
from my long time friend who's on a vacation right now.
I am happy that he's able to be with his family even for just a short break from work...
May God bless and guide you always Zernan for loving your family!
Thank you so so much for this pasalubong!