Madagascar ecology and lemur population

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What are the main ecological factors and natural resources in Madagascar and how have they affected the declining Lemur population?

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School: UC Berkeley

Yea, this movie is awesome, and, the said fact is, we humans are simply greedy. Natural resources that Madagascar has is perhaps the most profound contribution to our ecological concerns, that's its innate ability to produce massive amounts of breathable oxygen as its geological surroundings is encompassed within ancient forest with overgrowth trees, yet, we are cutting them down. Cutting these magnificent trees down is obviously disrupting the ecological system, however, more importantly, it is destroying habitats that native animals thrive on, such as the Lemur population. The production of oxygen and the fostering of habitat developmenthas become threatened. 

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