Baobab treees with their distinctive long large trunks ad branches and leaves at the very top

New research prompts urgent call from scientists to protect Madagascar’s unique biodiversity, before it’s too late

●    Experts review current state of biodiversity in Madagascar and shed light on island’s future
●    82% of Madagascar’s plants and 90% of vertebrates found nowhere else on Earth
●    Over 50 global organisations collaborated on twin papers published in Science
●    Studies highlight urgent need for collaborative science-based conservation that integrates needs of local communities 

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