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Tamatave, Madagascar


The Kalambatritra Special Reserve lies in the southern part of Madagascar, about 50 km northeast from Betroka and comprises a surface of 285 km². Created in 1959, the Reserve includes different types of humid forest, which range from dry deciduous forests to the 1,600 m high mountainous rainforests, covering the slopes of the Kalambatritra massif, which constitutes the most important water reserve for the whole region. The location of Kalambatritra between the eastern tropical forests, the central highlands and the western grasslands makes its biodiversity very rich, since species from these different areas are found within the Reserve. 

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