MADAGASCAR: ISLE OF BIODIVERSITY – TAASA Review March 2013

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This article was originally found in the March 2013 edition of TAASA Review (Volume 22, Issue 1, Page 18).

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22 May ­ 14 June 2013 Archaeologists believe that people first arrived in Madagascar from Indonesia and Malaya about 2000 years ago.

Before this, Madagascar evolved over millions of years in isolation.

The result is a country like no other, an incongruous mixture of wildlife and culture with an unparalleled array of plants and animals found nowhere else...