Madagascar’s deciduous dry forests are much lighter than the rainforests you'll see in the eastern half of the country. The western deciduous forests are also the island’s most fragmented and desperately endangered forest type. They are home to a unique assemblage of often highly localised endemic animals and plants. This includes most of Madagascar's six endemic species of Baobab tree. Iconic lemurs of the western region, include the acrobatic Coquerel’s sifaka and our tiniest relative, the Madame Berthe’s mouse lemur which now is Endangered.
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