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Madagascar is one of the 11 global priorities for the preservation of biodiversity.
The island has a record number of endemic species; plants, birds, reptiles, mammals or amphibians ..

The MAKAY is one of the most remote and difficult massif access in Madagascar ..
The difficulty to access it makes it one of the last unexplored areas of the island.

  Composed of hundreds of small deep canyons, the biodiversity could be preserved there.
Since 2007, the Association NATUREVOLUTION carries out scientific expeditions to identify the unknown species in this intact nature.
The scientific inventory aims at gathering subjective elements justifying the setting up of measures of conservation, and the obtaining of the status of protected area ..

Still very little used because of its configuration and local beliefs, this wild territory is beginning to be recognized for the richness of its flora and its exceptional fauna.
It is the fruit of a passion and the will of a young explorer, who, after having discovered this region, did not stop to survey this "INCOGNITA EARTH", true safe of the Malagasy biodiversity.

By supporting its initiative, the PETZI Foundation wanted to make possible an exploration including many vertical evolutions. Based on its first discoveries, the small team of the NATUREVOLUTION Association has gradually expanded to mount a large international scientific expedition.