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A Piece from the Past

What did the world look like 80-90 million years ago?
You might get an idea if you took a stroll through the forests of Madagascar. Madagascar which is about 50 miles away from the east coast of Africa has been cut off from that continent for perhaps almost a hundred million years.
Here you will find plants and animals that have died out in the rest of the world. Eighty per cent of its plant life, for example, is unique to the island, found nowhere else on the planet. The animal survivors include several species of that strange monkey-like creature, the lemur.

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