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Madagascar's Grand Tsingy

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Jerry,

Wow, what a landscape! :o "Going for a hike" takes on a whole new meaning! And those lemurs - not exactly blending in there! But presumably no natural enemies to worry about. Can't help but wonder what the success rate is for them when they jump from cliff to cliff... :huh:

Bo-Göran

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Amazing! Thanks for the link. I had seen a National Geographic special on the Lemurs a few years ago.

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Thanks Jerry for the wonderful link.

I first thought there were two guys in HazMat suits on the rocks.

Vicky

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watch out for the nude skydivers . . .

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Absolutely amazing! A Hilton Hotel built into the middle of this would be neat! Just kidding!!! This could almost be included in to the 7th Wonders of the World.

Thanks Jerry.

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Hi Jerry, I posted these documentaries last year, this is in the list, if you haven't seen it, it's worth watching, there is supposed to be a 2nd episode covering the east side, Ed

http://topdocumentaryfilms.com/marvels-of-madagascar/

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I think Dream Works made a "documentary" also.

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:lol: "You have to move it, move it ..."

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