Madagascar’s record of biodiversity: 600 species discovered in a decade

More than 600 new species have been discovered in Madagascar’s unique habitats in the past decade, among them 385 plants, 42 invertebrates, 17 fish, 69 amphibians, 61 reptiles and 41 mammals, according to a report published by the conservation group WWF.

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Madagascar’s record of biodiversity: 600 species discovered in a decade