Republic of Madagascar formerly known as Republic of Malagsy is an Island country in the Indian Ocean approximately 400 kilometres off the coast of East Africa.
Madagascar is the world's second largest Island country and the Fourth largest Island in the world. Madagascar splits from the Indian sub-continent around million years ago,thus making the Island to be isolated from the rest of the world.
Owing to this,the animals never cross breed with animals from the rest of the world and hence their unique features.
Unfortunately,these animals are threatened by the encroachment of growing human population. These species are simply spectacular and can not be encountered elsewhere.
These animals range from amazing species of duck, chameleon, frog, monkey and so on.
Take a look at some of them:
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