Madagascar's endangered species by London College of Communication

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Madagascar is the first country with the highest number of threatened species in the world. Although it is a small land, Madagascar is the most biodiverse landmass in the world. 75% of species found in Madagascar do not exist anywhere else in the world. Here live the world's most endangered species of animals: the lemurs. 91% of the 103 known species of the lemur are on the brink of extinction.
The main cause that put in danger the species is the destruction of the rain forests. Less than 10% of Madagascar's original forest cover exists today.