Priceless ecosystems threatened by a rare earth mining project in northwest Madagascar – Ampasindava Peninsula. Lemur News 20, 3-4
Madagascar is one of the richest biodiversity hotspots on the planet. The diverse tropical and subtropical climates of the island, its topography and geological history have produced a unique level of species diversity and endemism.
The Ampasindava Peninsula, located in the Diana region of north-western Madagascar, about 40 km south of Ambanja city along the coast of the Mozambique Channel, shelters highly original ecosystems…
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