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At the Edge of the Stone Forest of Bemaraha in Madagascar

The Stone Forest a.k.a Tsingy in the Strict Nature Reserve of Bemaraha in Madagascar  on wikipedia CC-license-3.0

The Stone Forest a.k.a Tsingy in the Strict Nature Reserve of Bemaraha in Madagascar on wikipedia CC-license-3.0


The Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site due to its unique geography, preserved mangrove forests, wild bird and lemur populations. The Sakalava people who live in the Bemaraha region have a culture that puts emphasis on protecting the environment [fr].

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