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Art Wolfe Photographs the Mysterious Island of Madagascar

GreatOutdoors.com showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world-wide expeditions as he films his PBS series, Travels to the Edge
By GreatOutdoors.com Staff - October 28th, 2011

Editor's Note: 
Join us in this ongoing series of photo galleries as GreatOutdoors.com showcases photographer Art Wolfe's world wide expeditions as he films his PBS series, Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe
In this episode of Travels to the Edge with Art Wolfe, Art  travels to mysterious Madagascar.  Eighty million years ago, Madagascar split off from Africa. Separated from the mainland, the sturdy and lucky creatures that reached Madagascar’s shores intact took off on a wild and bizarre evolutionary journey. Art documents Madagascar’s most famous inhabitants: it’s a who’s who of the weird and wonderful, including dancing sifakas, rainbow-colored chameleons, a forest of upside-down trees and a spiny desert. See Art’s video introduction to this program.
 

 


Comments

Why Real Life is Even Better Than the Movies

Being a fan of all the animated Madagascar movies, seeing these pictures is a real thrill. Bravo!!!

Posted on March 16, 2012 - 9:19am
by Cora V Nielsen

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