Protected area status: Special reserve
Year established: 1956
General location: northwestern Madagascar
Location and Access: Park is poorly served and few services are offered to tourists
Climate: Dry forest and wetlands
Elevation: 100 to 1000 m
According to ANGAP, the following ecosystems have been identified in Kasijy:
Dominant ethnic group(s): Sakalava
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New skeleton frog from Madagascar is already Critically Endangered
(08/20/2014) Sometimes all it takes is fewer clicks. Scientists have discovered a new species of frog from Madagascar that stuck out because it "clicked" less during calls than similar species. Unfortunately the scientists believe the new species—dubbed the Ankarafa skeleton frog—is regulated to a single patch of forest, which, despite protected status, remains hugely threatened.
Titanium vs. Millipedes: new species discovered in Madagascar threatened by mining
(08/13/2014) A team of scientists from the United States and Germany has recently described seven new species of Malagasy giant pill-millipede. All but one of these species are considered “microendemics,” in that they have only been found in small, isolated forest patches.
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