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Madagascar, an island off the coast of East Africa, is the world's fourth biggest. Because of the island's long isolation, most of its plants and mammals and half of its birds exist nowhere else on earth. But much of this celebrated biodiversity and Malagasy livelihoods are under threat from habitat loss, climate change, insecurity, corruption and a lack of governance.
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