is also unique. As
opposed to the rest of Africa, where lions, rhinos, elephants, giraffes
and zebras live, Madagascar is dominated by much smaller animals. The
most famous ones are its endemic lemurs
- relatively primitive primates
that were replaced by chimpanzees and Gorillas on mainland Africa. But
there are many other, smaller mammals, amphibians and reptiles that are
unique to the island. Most of world's chameleons
live in Madagascar, as
do many unique frogs and geckoes.
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