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Ranomafana National Park- A World Heritage Site
By Hussain on June 29, 2013
Located at 65 km North-East of Fianarantsoa and 139 km West of Mananjary is the famous National park of Madagascar, the Rnaomafana National Park. The park is well known for it’s diversity of flora and fauna. Some of the World’s rare species like Lemur have made their homes here in this grand ecosystem. With an aim of protecting this amazing ecosystem from human intervention, this area of 41,600 hectares is converted into a national park in 1991. Later on because of it’s unique and diverse wild life and Eco, the park is declared as a World heritage site.
Ranomafana National Park Madagascar, A World Heritage Site.
A specie of Lemur living in Ranomafana National Park