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All the latest news from Madagasikara Voakajy, the Malagasy biodiversity organisation dedicated to the conservation of endemic vertebrates and their habitats in Madagascar.

Restoration is one of Madagasikara Voakajy's pillars of action. At the heart of its conservation efforts lies a nursery located in its intervention zone, the district of Moramanga. This restoration project was initiated in 2019 with funding from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF). The goal is to produce seedlings to restore degraded forest areas.

The very first International Chameleon Day is celebrated today, May 9, 2024. This day is initiated by international conservation organizations to invite people to appreciate the beauty and unique characteristics of chameleons while encouraging a sense of responsibility for their conservation and the preservation of their habitats.

The team of Madagasikara Voakajy has taken the initiative to conserve the Baobab species called "Bozibe" in the North. It is one of Madagascar's endemic species under the scientific name “Baobab Adansonia Perrieri”. It is located in the DIANA and SAVA regions, particularly in the protected areas of Ankarana, Montagne d'Ambre, Loky Manambato, and outside of this zone. Madagasikara Voakajy's objective is to change its status from critically endangered to endangered and conserve it in its natural habitat.

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