Atsinanana Rainforests in Madagascar
Madagascar’s 6 national parks comprise Atsinanana rainforests, which can be found on the island’s east side. Like Galapagos Islands, Madagascar is also the home to a rich and diverse ecosystem, which evolved in isolation since the separation of the island is from the mainland with over sixty million years ago. The primate species are the most notable. In every park, you will see as many as 10 kinds of lemur. Climb the slopes to the cloud forest and tour the lowland rainforest. You will also see humpback whales along the shore.
Both white and black Rhinoceros have been decimated over the years through poachers, yet Namibia provided sanctuary for them. The most impressive wildlife reserve of the country is Etosha National Park. You will see giraffes, lions, rhinos, and elephants. Sometimes, there are also leopard and cheetahs.
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