The rainforests of Atsinanana contain six public parks conveyed along the eastern piece of the island. These relict backwoods are basically significant for keeping up with progressing environmental cycles vital for the endurance of Madagascar’s remarkable biodiversity, which mirrors the island’s topographical history. Having finished its partition from any remaining bodies of land in excess of a long time back, Madagascar’s plant and creature life developed in confinement. The rainforests are engraved in the UNESCO rundown of World Legacy Locales for their significance to both environmental and natural cycles as well as their biodiversity and the undermined species they support, particularly primates and lemurs.

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