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Indri Featured Related Images Print


^BIndri^b (^IIndri indri^i). This is the largest of the lemurs, its body reaching 90 centimetres in length. It lives in the rainforests of north- eastern Madagascar, feeding on fruits, leaves and flowers. The indri lives in small groups of between 3 and 5 individuals. Its loud call, which can be heard from over a mile away, is used to advertise the presence of the group to other lemurs. The destruction of the indri's habitat has led to a rapid decline in its population numbers. Photographed in the Analamazaotra or Perinet Special Reserve, Madagascar


Giant manta Featured Related Images Print

Giant manta

Giant manta (Manta birostris). The manta is the largest of the rays, reaching up to six metres from wingtip to wingtip and weighing up to 3 metric tons. It inhabits tropical seas throughout the world, preferring coastal waters to the open sea. It feeds mainly on plankton and small fish, which it filters from the water as it swims. Photographed off Nosy Be, Madagascar, Indian Ocean

© Alexis Rosenfeld/Science Photo Library

Earth Featured Related Images Print


Earth. Satellite image of the Earth, centred on Antarctica. The South Pole is at centre. Water is blue, vegetation is green, arid areas are brown, and snow and ice are white. Both land and ocean floor topography are shown. Antarctica is a frozen continent, permanently covered in snow and ice. Surrounding Antarctica are the waters of the Southern Ocean, mixing with the Atlantic Ocean (upper centre), the Pacific Ocean (lower left) and the Indian Ocean (centre right). Around the edge of the hemisphere is New Zealand (lower centre), Australia (lower right), and the southern parts of Africa (upper right, the island of Madagascar is also seen) and South America (upper left)