24 resultados para perinet

  • 862-03364055

    A diminutive frog of the Mantidactylus species lives on Pandanus palms and is well camouflaged to its surroundings,Andasibe National Park,Madagascar.

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  • 862-03367275

    A Madagascar tree boa (Sanzinia madagascariensis) is one of three boa species in Madagascar. Interestingly,they only exist as fossils in Mainland Africa having been supplanted by pythons.There are no poisonous snakes in Madagascar.

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  • 851-02961687

    Diafarabe annual Fulani cattle crossing,River Niger,Mali

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  • 862-03367249

    A Malagasy girl wearing a locally woven hat. Madagascar is well known for the outstanding variety and styles of its local hats,which vary considerably from region to region. Different fibres are used to weave the hats depending on availability; they include palms (raffia,badika,manarana and dara) or straw.

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  • 862-03367337

    A Thorn spider (Gasteracantha cancriformis) one of the many endemic species or sub-species of Madagascar.

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  • 862-03364056

    A lizard on a Pandanus palm is well camouflaged to its surroundings,Andasibe National Park,Madagascar

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  • 6119-09238590

    Golden Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur aureus), Ranomafana National Park, Haute Matsiatra Region, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238547

    Rice paddy field worker farming near Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238546

    Lemur Island, Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238543

    Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata), endemic to Madagascar, Andasibe, Africa

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  • 6119-09238545

    Common Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus), Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238544

    Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata), endemic to Madagascar, Andasibe, Africa

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  • 6119-09238542

    Grey Bamboo Lemur (Hapalemur), Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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    Black and White Ruffed Lemur (Varecia variegata), endemic to Madagascar, Andasibe, Africa

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  • 6119-09238540

    Common Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus), Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238538

    Common Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus), Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238537

    Common Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus), Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-09238539

    Common Brown Lemur (Eulemur fulvus), Andasibe, Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-08703638

    Lac Alaotra bamboo lemur (Hapalemur alaotrensis), Lemur Island, Andasibe, Eastern Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-08703646

    Grey bamboo lemur (Hapalemur), Lemur Island, Andasibe, Eastern Madagascar, Africa

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  • 6119-08703639

    Grey bamboo lemur (Hapalemur), Lemur Island, Andasibe, Eastern Madagascar, Africa

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  • 862-03367248

    Orange and painted mantella frogs in the Andasibe-Matandia National Park east of Antananarivo. Formerly known as P_rinet,this national park comprising 810 hectares of moist montane forest has an exceptional variety of lemurs,birds,reptiles and frogs. Some experts claim that the forest has a higher number of frog species than any other comparable forest on earth.

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  • 862-03364058

    Wild ginger plant and flower,Andasibe National Park,Madagascar

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  • 862-03820832

    An indri in the Andasibe Matandia National Park east of Antananarivo.Formerly known as Perinet, this national park comprising 810 hectares of moist montane forest has an exceptional variety of lemurs, birds, reptiles and frogs.The highlight of any visit is seeing the indri.The Indri are Madagscars largest lemur.

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