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madagascar

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sarah gilward

on 13 May 2010

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Transcript of madagascar

Madagascar The Madagascar Flag Madagascar Beaches Madagascar has 1,800 miles of beautiful beaches, palm-fringed shoreline, numerous offshore islands and coral reefs providing wonderful snorkeling and diving. Madagascar Map As a very large island in the indian ocean (1000 miles from north to south and in land area more than twice the size of great britian.) Madagas car is a natural land fall for seafarers sailing eat from africa or west indonesia Achards, a curry made from pickled vegetables, hot and spicy. Soupe Chinosise Madagascar landscape Transportation Hot and subtropical climate colder in the moutains. Rainy season: novemeber and march. Dry season: April to october. The south and west regions are hot and dry. Monsoons bring storms and cyclones to the east and north from December to March. The mountains, including Antananarivo, are warm and thundery from November to April and dry, cool and windy the rest of the year.
The recorded history of Madagascar began in the 7th century when the Bantus established trading posts for trade with Arab merchants along the northwest coast of the island. Madagascar's prehistory began when the first human settlers arrived, which included a large component from Southeast Asia. This explains the range of Malagasy features, which form a mixture of genotypes from both Austronesians and Africans, as well as later Arab, Indian, and European settlers. Climate And weather History
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