Read Famadihana: the festival of Turning the Bones in Madagascar by Lonely Planet

Read Famadihana: the festival of Turning the Bones in Madagascar by Lonely Planet

lemurs, Madagascar, If you care about Tibet and preserve conscious cultures that won't harm the planet, sign this petition, http://www.himalayan-foundation.org/projects/tibetans?gclid=CMi4mszTubgCFUVnOgodxS4Aqg nfo@himalayan-foundation.org

lemurs, Madagascar, If you care about Tibet and preserve conscious cultures that won't harm the planet, sign this petition, http://www.himalayan-foundation.org/projects/tibetans?gclid=CMi4mszTubgCFUVnOgodxS4Aqg nfo@himalayan-foundation.org

2/13 what is the capital like? Antananarivo is the capital city of Madagascar. I chose this picture because it shows what their streets look like. Antananarivo looks like any other major city which is busy.

2/13 what is the capital like? Antananarivo is the capital city of Madagascar. I chose this picture because it shows what their streets look like. Antananarivo looks like any other major city which is busy.

Cut up twine and fishing line to protect wildlife from becoming entangled.

Cut up twine and fishing line to protect wildlife from becoming entangled.

Instead of sending old rugs to the landfill, offer them to local animal shelters or contact CARE: Carpet America Recovery Effort.

Instead of sending old rugs to the landfill, offer them to local animal shelters or contact CARE: Carpet America Recovery Effort.

Colonial era railroad, SE Madagascar ~ Fianarantsoa-Côte Est (FCE) was built by the French between 1926-36. Photo: My Planet Experience via Flickr

Colonial era railroad, SE Madagascar ~ Fianarantsoa-Côte Est (FCE) was built by the French between 1926-36. Photo: My Planet Experience via Flickr

The route is precarious through the national park, with apparatus in place to help visitors traverse across. Some of the hardiest explorers use ropes and climbing equipment to scale the towers

Inside the devilish Madagascan obstacle course with razor-sharp rocks

The route is precarious through the national park, with apparatus in place to help visitors traverse across. Some of the hardiest explorers use ropes and climbing equipment to scale the towers

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