A Parson's chameleon in Madagascar.
© CI/Photo by Russ Mittermeier
About 160 million years ago, Madagascar broke off the mainland of Africa and this island grew in isolation into a land of biodiversity that’s unlike any other place on Earth.
Lemurs, giant centipedes and miniature chameleons inhabit Madagascar’s landscape, which include tropical rain forests, spiny deserts, mountainous areas and dry deciduous forests.
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