Landforms of Madagascar: Bays of Madagascar, Forests of Madagascar, Islands of Madagascar, Lakes of Madagascar, Mountains of Madagascar

Landforms of Madagascar: Bays of Madagascar, Forests of Madagascar, Islands of Madagascar, Lakes of Madagascar, Mountains of Madagascar

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The publisher of this book utilises modern printing technologies as well as photocopying processes for reprinting and preserving rare works of literature that are out-of-print or on the verge of becoming lost. This book is one such reprint. Chapters: Bays of Madagascar, Islands of Madagascar, Lakes of Madagascar, Mountains of Madagascar, Mozambique Channel, Rivers of Madagascar, Volcanoes of Madagascar, Waterfalls of Madagascar, Comoros, Europa Island, Mayotte, Limpopo River, Glorioso Islands, Zambezi, Chinde, Beira, Mozambique, Moroni, Comoros, Toliara, ?le Sainte-Marie, Lake Alaotra, Mahajanga, Nosy Be, Bilene, Mozambique Current, Lavaka, Ankarana Reserve, Beza Mahafaly Reserve, Ankify, Nosy Mangabe, Port Management Association of Eastern and Southern Africa, Quirimbas Islands, Betsiboka River, Bombetoka Bay, Mangoky River, Port Maputo, Bazaruto Archipelago, Lake Tritriva, Lake Tsimanampetsotsa, Buzi River, Maromokotro, Lake Ihotry, Ankaratra, List of Volcanoes in Madagascar, Ibo, Mozambique, Lake Kinkony, Pungwe River, Tsarabanjina, Antongil Bay, List of Rivers of Madagascar, List of Islands of Mayotte, Chinde River, Antsiranana Bay, Mount Ambohitra, ?le Aux Nattes, Mandraka Falls, Bemarivo River, Mananjary River, Onilahy River, Mania River, Ihosy River, Cape Saint Marie, Ikopa River. Source: Wikipedia. Pages: 182. Not illustrated. Free updates online. Excerpt: Madagascar - As part of East Gondwana, the territory of Madagascar split from Africa approximately 160 million years ago; the island of Madagascar was created when it separated from the Indian subcontinent 80 to 100 million years ago. Malagasy mythology portrays a group of African pygmy like people called the Vazimba as the original inhabitants of Madagascar, however most archaeologists estimate that the human settlement of Madagascar happened between 200 and 500 A.D., when seafarers from southeast Asia (probably from Borneo or the southern Celebes) arrived in outrigger sailing canoes. Ban
Book Details
ISBN-13: 9781157866879
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
Binding: Paperback
Language: English
Returnable: N
Spine Width: 2.75 mm
Width: 186 mm
ISBN-10: 1157866875
Publisher Date: 14 Aug 2011
Height: 242.25 mm
No of Pages: 54
Series Title: English
Weight: 113.5 gr
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