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Effort to save Madagascar rainforest paying off

By John Donnelly
Globe Staff / November 7, 2004

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ANDRINGITRA NATIONAL PARK, Madagascar -- Martin Randriantsoa, a nature guide, stopped at a sacred waterfall and stuck his hand into a cold, clear pool. Underneath a rock, he fished out a Malagasy crayfish, plentiful in these streams, but a species found only on this island nation. He watched the crayfish walk across his palm before releasing it. (Full article: 1664 words)

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