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Exquisite color combination in this polished Labradorite from Madagascar.  Amazing Geologist

Exquisite color combination in this polished Labradorite from Madagascar.

Madagascar! This is one of my life goals, to see all of Madagascar's uniquely beautiful wildlife <3

This is one of my life goals, to see all of Madagascar's uniquely beautiful wildlife and mysterious landscape.

Near Antananarivo, Madagascar. Photo Fabrice Rasoamiaramanana

17 Top Tourism Destinations You Must Visit in Africa

Geyser and hot spring in Ampefy, Madagascar awesome

Madagascar, an island country off the southeast coast of Southern Africa in the Indian Ocean.

Madagascar women with flower art on her face. I don`t know if these are really tattoos but it is still in the spirit of the art of ink

Madagascar © UNICEF/Pirozzi A girl holds a doll in a poor neighbourhood in Antananarivo, the capital. The country, beset by poverty, an isolated location, natural disasters and an ongoing political crisis, is one of the poorest in the world. ♥ www.jsimens.com - helping families worldwide

Girlhood: The Girl Affect - Victims in need of rescue.

This is a collection of photos I've put together of some of the most intriguingly beautiful places Our Mother Earth has to offer. From the really odd, to out right bizarre.

Weird, and Exotic Places That Tease The Imagination

was in madagascar but never made it here.Baobab Alley, Morondava, Madagascar is on the list. It's a beautiful country

Madagascar Kingfisher

Malagasy kingfisher or Madagascar kingfisher (Corythornis vintsioides)

The Stone Forests of Madagascar,Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve

Forest of Knives, Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve, Madagascar

Tsingy, Madagascar

Forest of Knives, Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve, Madagascar

Moth in Isalo National Park, Madagascar        by Karl Lehmann  This is just gorgeous!

Suraka Silk Moth {Antherina suraka} ~ Photographed in Isalo National Park, Madagascar. © Karl Lehmann Doesn`t it look like a swooping down owl ?

Madagascar Stone Forest

#...madagaskar stone forest

A pair of lemurs cling to the sharp stones of the Tsingy de Bemaraha Strict Nature Reserve, located close to the western coast of Madagascar. The reserve is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Photo by Stephen Alvarez

Landscape Photography Tips: TweetDeck

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Tara and her parents were going to Madagascar for the summer, and since she got suspended she was going to stay with her cousin, Emily, in Willow Falls, a small town her parents grew up.

Avenue of the Baobabs (Morondava, Madagascar)

Avenue of the Baobabs, Morondava - Madagascar.

Ring-tailed mongoose, Ranomafana National Park, Madagascar

ring-tailed mongoose (galidia elegans) ranomafana national park, madagascar by frans lanting

✿⊱Photography by mariana leon

Chameleon Family, i love chameleons!

♂ Wild life photography, animal white

LEMUR- Von der Decken's Sifaka (Propithecus deckenii) is a sifaka native to Madagascar. Today, the Von der Decken's sifaka is listed as Vulnerable, but if habitat destruction continues in Madagascar it won't be long before it's Endangered.

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