5% of all known animal and plant species can be found in Madagascar, 250,00 of which can only be found on the planet’s 4th largest island. Reforestation is essential to save Madagascar’s primary forests which provide a habitat to thousands of endemic species, including 101 species of lemur; 22 of which are critically endangered.
Over 80% of the flora and fauna of Madagascar is unique, but heavy deforestation has left only 20% of its original forest. Many endemic species are at risk of extinction, including lemurs who need forest habitat and rare plants which provide life-saving medicines.
£30 will fund 10 native trees to be planted and protected.
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