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Masoala - l'Œil de la Forêt: Une Nouvelle Strategie de Conservation pour la Foret Tropicale de Madagascar [Masoala - The Eye of the Forest: A New Strategy for Rainforest Conservation in Madagascar]

By: A Rübel, M Hatchwell, J MacKinnon and P Ketterer
142 pages, Col & b/w photos, maps, illus
Publisher: Zoo Zurich
Masoala - l'Œil de la Forêt: Une Nouvelle Strategie de Conservation pour la Foret Tropicale de Madagascar [Masoala - The Eye of the Forest: A New Strategy for Rainforest Conservation in Madagascar]
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  • Masoala - l'Œil de la Forêt: Une Nouvelle Strategie de Conservation pour la Foret Tropicale de Madagascar [Masoala - The Eye of the Forest: A New Strategy for Rainforest Conservation in Madagascar] ISBN: 9783857171567 Hardback Dec 2003 In stock
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Language: French

Masoala National Park is the largest and probably the richest protected area in Madagascar, a hotspot of biological diversity and a global priority for wildlife conservation. This book is complemented by spectacular photographs of the fascinating creatures that live in the Masoala rain forest. It also tells the story of the unique partnership between Zoo Zurich, the Wildlife Conservation Society, the Madagascar National Parks Service (ANGAP), and other groups to protect Masoala and its wildlife.

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By: A Rübel, M Hatchwell, J MacKinnon and P Ketterer
142 pages, Col & b/w photos, maps, illus
Publisher: Zoo Zurich
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