flowers help fight leukemia.
More than 80% of its animals are found nowhere else on earth.
Fish thought extinct 80 million years ago swim off its shores.
And 1,000 different kinds of orchids bloom there.
Madagascar is also one of the world's poorest countries.
It has already
suffered the loss of almost 90% of its rainforest.
And this island is also home to the most endangered group of primates
on earth: lemurs.
us in our ongoing support of the Madagascar
Fauna Group. Help protect the wildlife and wild lands of this tropical
Wildly Entertaining Night for Conservation
Pianos for Primates
will raise funds to help conservation efforts in Madagascar and provide
ongoing local awareness of the issues. Funds raised will go directly
to the Madagascar
Fauna Group (MFG) for their programs in the wild with additional
funds raised going to create the Primate Pavilion, an educational
display about the MFG inside the 52-acre Caribbean Gardens. Primate
Pavilion will help zoo guests learn about and become involved in
the preservation of Madagascar.
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