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Madagascar’s Political Chaos Threatens Conservation Gains

Jungle Jenny encourages eco/wildlife tourism in Madagascar.  If you have any questions about where to go email me!  I found this article today (click here) by Rhett Butler, who is is the founder and editor of, one of the leading sites on the Web covering tropical forests and biodiversity.

Jungle Jenny with Lemur in Nosy Komba, Madagascar where eco-tourism generates revenue at the lemur reserve at Ampangorina.

Since the government’s collapse after a coup last March, Madagascar’s rainforests have been plundered for their precious wood and unique wildlife. But now there are a few encouraging signs, as officials promise a crackdown on illegal logging and ecotourists begin to return to the island.

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