Madagascar’s deciduous dry forests are the island’s most fragmented and endangered forest type, and are home to a unique assemblage of locally endemic animals and plants including five of the island’s six endemic species of Baobab and iconic lemurs such as the acrobatic Coquerel’s sifaka and the tiny Madame Berthe’s mouse lemur.
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Ankarana, on the northern circuit, presents a fantastic landscape, with its expanses of razor-sharp pinnacles (tsingy). The 35km-long limestone massif is pierced by caves and canyons, and, between sheer cliffs, sunken moist deciduous forests harbour rare wildlife. The reserve contains ten species...