Lecture on Madagascar
Tourists are attracted to the island of Madagascar attracted by the beauty of natural landscapes, the richness and diversity of flora and fauna, as well as the identity of national culture. Local attractions are entirely natural: sandy beaches, bays and coral reefs, extinct volcanoes and thickets of baobabs.
In his lecture, journalist Ilya Kolmanovsky spoke about the many species of plants and animals that inhabit this isolated paradise. The lecture also touched on the problems of biology, the evolutionary history of the biota of Madagascar, its rapid destruction and attempts to preserve and certainly practical aspects of the independent organization of travel.
Ilya Kolmanovsky - journalist, guide, school teacher and popularizer of science.
Find out who lives on the island of Madagascar in this fascinating video lectures.
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