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Two critically endangered Madagascar pochard, Aythya innotata, at the Pochard Captive Breeding Center in Antsohihy, Madagascar.

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A critically endangered Indri (Indri indri), the worlds largest lemur, in the Analamazaotra Forest Station in Andasibe, Madagascar. This is a four year old female named Davida.

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A critically endangered Indri (Indri indri), the worlds largest lemur, in the Analamazaotra Forest Station in Andasibe, Madagascar. This is a four year old female named Davida.

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A critically endangered Indri (Indri indri), the worlds largest lemur, in the Analamazaotra Forest Station in Andasibe, Madagascar. This is a four year old female named Davida.

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A critically endangered Indri (Indri indri), the worlds largest lemur, in the Analamazaotra Forest Station in Andasibe, Madagascar. This is a four year old female named Davida.

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The north central Madagascar highlands, where annual, landscape-wide burning is the norm.

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The north central Madagascar highlands, where annual, landscape-wide burning is the norm.

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A cart is driven through the north central Madagascar highlands, where annual, landscape-wide burning is the norm.

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An ecotourism guide and shows tourists lemurs in the Analmazaotra Forest.

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An endangered lesser chameleon (Furcifer minor) in Madagascar.

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A nose-horned chameleon (Calumma nasutum) in Madagascar.

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An endangered lesser chameleon (Furcifer minor) in Madagascar.

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A nose-horned chameleon (Calumma nasutum) in Madagascar.

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A full grown Madagascan dwarf chameleon (Brookesia minima) in Madagascar. This species is endangered.

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A female (colorful) and male (brown) carpet chameleon (Furcifer lateralis) illustrate sexual dimorphism; differences in appearance between male and female of the same species.

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A full grown Madagascan dwarf chameleon (Brookesia minima) in Madagascar. This species is endangered.

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A female (colorful) and male (brown) carpet chameleon (Furcifer lateralis) illustrate sexual dimorphism; differences in appearance between male and female of the same species.

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A full grown Madagascan dwarf chameleon (Brookesia minima) in Madagascar. This species is endangered.

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A warty chameleon (Furcifer verrucosus) in Madagascar.

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A Domergue’s leaf chameleon (Brookesia thieli) in Madagascar.

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A warty chameleon (Furcifer verrucosus) in Madagascar.

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A Domergue’s leaf chameleon (Brookesia thieli) in Madagascar.

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A warty chameleon (Furcifer verrucosus) in Madagascar.

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A male Perinet chameleon (Calumma gastrotaenia) in Madagascar.

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A warty chameleon (Furcifer verrucosus) in Madagascar.

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A male Perinet chameleon (Calumma gastrotaenia) in Madagascar.

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An endangered female O’Shaughnessy’s chameleon (Calumma oshaughnessyi) in Madagascar.

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A male jeweled chameleon (Furcifer campani) in Madagascar.

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An endangered female O’Shaughnessy’s chameleon (Calumma oshaughnessyi) in Madagascar.

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A female globed-horned chameleon (Calumma globifer) in Madagascar. This chameleon is molting or shedding her skin.

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An endangered lessor chameleon (Furcifer minor) in Madagascar. This chameleon is in the process of shedding its skin.

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