Contact: Stephen Sautner
Wildlife Conservation Society
Caption: Madagascar's Makira forest is one of the world's great primary forests home to wildlife found nowhere else on earth including this red-ruffed lemur. Fifty-seven percent of all tropical forest species are dependent on primary forest habitat and the ecological processes they provide.
Credit: Julie Larsen Maher/Wildlife Conservation Society
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