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Anjahankely Tree Nursery

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A visit to the tree nursery combined with a stay at [[Black Lemur Camp]] will indirectly help save the critically endangered ''[[Perrier's sifaka]]'' black lemur and other species.
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The tree nursery employs five full-time staff but during planting periods the whole community from surrounding villages participate in the reforestation activities. The Anjahanakely Tree Nursery project makes a perfectly good example of how conservation can best be done by actively engaging a local population.

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