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Madagascar Tree Frog

Madagascar Tree Frog

Fossa from Madagascar. Until recently scientists thought the fossa, with its feline features, was a primitive kind of cat. It’s actually one of the largest members of the mongoose family.

Fossa from Madagascar. Until recently scientists thought the fossa, with its feline features, was a primitive kind of cat. It’s actually one of the largest members of the mongoose family.

WEBSTA @ natgeo - Image by @joelsartore | The National Geographic Photo Ark would not be possible without the support of zoos and wildlife sanctuaries around the world. Because of this, it’s been a long-time dream of mine to see Photo Ark images on display in zoos. Today, that dream is coming true with the debut of the first ever National Geographic Photo Ark zoo exhibition at @theomahazoo. The exhibit features images taken at the zoo like this one of the Madagascar ibis, along with more…

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WEBSTA @ natgeo - Image by @joelsartore | The National Geographic Photo Ark would not be possible without the support of zoos and wildlife sanctuaries around the world. Because of this, it’s been a long-time dream of mine to see Photo Ark images on display in zoos. Today, that dream is coming true with the debut of the first ever National Geographic Photo Ark zoo exhibition at @theomahazoo. The exhibit features images taken at the zoo like this one of the Madagascar ibis, along with more…

The Little Dodo Bird: Samoa’s little dodo bird is in imminent danger of following the large dodo into extinction. #10 on the 2013 Endangered List.

The Little Dodo Bird: Samoa’s little dodo bird is in imminent danger of following the large dodo into extinction. #10 on the 2013 Endangered List.

Surprised: Sportive Lemur, Spiny Tree Forest, Southeastern Madagascar. Photo Ashley Vincent

Surprised: Sportive Lemur, Spiny Tree Forest, Southeastern Madagascar. Photo Ashley Vincent

Omura's whales are seldom seen and 'nearly unknown,' scientists say, but 80 were recently found (and filmed) feeding near Madagascar.

'Jackpot' of rare, mysterious whales found

Omura's whales are seldom seen and 'nearly unknown,' scientists say, but 80 were recently found (and filmed) feeding near Madagascar.

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