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    Introduction It is widely known that the island of Madagascar comprises a rich biodiversity and houses predominantly endemic species. Madagascar’s impressive biodiversity is reflected in the many ecosystems and habitats present on the island; which include the dry deciduous forest, the littoral forest, and the evergreen forests. According to recent information it is known that at least three unique ecosystems on the island have become too fragmented and degraded for native species to survive, or the remaining parts of the ecosystem are too small to support the mammalian species. This essay aims to establish a clear argument focusing on the conservation status of Madagascar, specifically linked to deforestation and logging of the important ecosystems…

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    Madagascar & Raw Nickel History & Geography Madagascar is the fourth biggest island in the World. It is 1000 miles from north to south (244,533 sq miles) and twice the size of Arizona. And is home to one of the six islands of africa and is located off the coast of mozambique. One of its main income of money and exports of resources is raw nickel, which has earned almost $370,000,000, followed by knitted sweaters that has earned almost $180,000,000. The landscape of Madagascar is beautiful. It…

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    Native inhabitants of the island of Madagascar are called Malagasy. The island is called “Madagasikara” in the Malagasy language. Eighty percent of the country is living in poverty. Only eighteen percent of schools have access to drinking water, and only thirty percent have toilets. Forty percent of Malagasy children suffer from malnutrition (Life in Madagascar). Children of this country often live with other relatives as they grow up. Children are taught what to do, and what not to do, by the…

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    Music and dance in Madagascar is more impromptu and it is not uncommon to see someone express themselves emotionally through song and dance, or for a group of villagers to get together and play. As this is more of a jam scenario there is more concern among the musicians about keeping rhythm than exploring linear chord progressions or melodic patterns (Koskoff). Finally, modern Malagasy music does incorporate the traditional instruments and techniques listed above. But a band composed of modern…

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    The fifth largest island in the world, Madagascar, is located off the east coast of Africa. Madagascar is made up of many ecosystems which include: tropical dry forests, deserts, plateaus, and rain forests. One of the most important ecosystems in Madagascar are the forests. In these forests, lies hundreds of animal species, including endangered and unique mammals such as lemurs and thousands of plant species that grow throughout the island. The forests of Madagascar are some of the most…

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    Madagascar is a low-income country of Africa. Madagascar has been struggling with providing quality accessible healthcare to its population for several decades. The environment, social, and culture have played major roles in the health of the Malagasy people. The leading causes of death in Madagascar is due to the environment, poor ventilation, and lack of access to medical facilities. Madagascar health system offers free medical treatments; however, poverty and decrease access to medical…

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    Madagascar is an Island located off the coast of Mozambique, in the Indian Ocean. Its native language is French. It is home to 90% of its own unique wildlife. (http://www.worldtravelguide.net/madagascar) Madagascar has two seasons: dry and wet. The dry season which, is cool and dry is during the months of May to October. While, the wet season which, is hot and rainy is during the months of November to April. Depending on where you are in Madagascar also plays a role in the climate. Each Region,…

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    The poem is formed by five stanzas. In this poem we find personifications, rimes, enjambement, cultural elements about Madagascar and strong vivid images. The personifications given by the verbs rule, signed, play (in this case jazz) is used to make a comparison by the culture of the Madagascar and the lemur life. The author choose this animal to represent this culture because as everyone knows the lemur is the characteristic animal of this country. Every verse ends in rhyme this is done to…

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    Madagascar is a country located on the east side of the African continent with approximately 22.92 million people inhibiting the island. It is a relatively new country, as they gained their independence from France on 26 June 1960. They have a republic government, with a prime minister ruling their six provinces. It is a fairly poor nation and is still behind the technology curve. Out of their entire population only 9 million people have cell phones and only 75% of the population has the ability…

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    shown to have not met their goals by the deadline due to high levels of poverty. Two initiatives have been adopted in recent years to redeem the plight of the world’s poor, showing how effective they are as a treatment. Madagascar is one of the many victims of colonialism, which played a huge role in making Madagascar…

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