Deforestation in Kirindi forests, Madagascar
Deforestation in Kirindi forests. One of the most threatened forest types in Madagascar is its tropical dry deciduous woodlands, of which there are scattered remnants on the wide western plains and lowlands. It follows that many animals confined to this habitat type, are under excruciating pressure. Kirindy National Park, Madagascar KIRINDY_D_FRICHEMENT.jpg
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