• Madagascar

    With its  594.180 km² of surface, Madagascar is the fourth largest island in the world and it is situated off the coast of Monzambique; it extends along longitudinal between 12° and 25° parallel to the south of equator in the range of the tropic of Capricorn. The most distintive part of island is the deep reed color of the land, rich in iron. Precisely because of clear difference of land ferrous, Madagascar is also called Red Island (or Red Continent).

    Madagascar,separated from Africa more than160 millions of years ago, in the Upper Giurassic age it has evolved as a continent in itself: the isolation has encouraged the survival of primitive species and the development of new and unique species. The protection of its extraordinary variety of plans and animals is one of the primary objective of the W.W.F. for the conservation of the planet.

    The adjetive associated withl Madagascar (used to indicate the native language, ethnicity and nationality) is Malagasy. Malagasy is the first language ofl Madagascar, but people speak fluentlyl French (for the colonial past of island). The currency is ariary.
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