By: Jane Wilson Howarth
216 pages, 16 col photos
The 600 foot high Ankarana Massif of Northern Madagascar contains a world of deep forested canyons and 60 miles of caves. In her journeys here, the author found lemurs, chameleons, twenty-foot crocodiles and poisonous spiders, scorpions and centipedes. An entertaining account of a fascinating and threatened ecosystem.
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