Posts Tagged ‘madagascar’

Big Picture of a Tiny World

Wednesday, October 2nd, 2013
insects, ants, madagascar, forests, deforestation, habitats, brian fisher, conservation, google, earth, ecosystems, biodiversity, patterson

Ant researcher Brian Fisher looks at life on a different scale than most people.

Hibernating Primates

Friday, May 3rd, 2013
hibernation, lemurs, primates, tropics, bears, squirrels, Madagascar

By Molly Michelson When you consider animals that hibernate, dwarf lemurs probably aren’t the first mammal that comes to mind. They live in the tropics and most hibernating species live in areas where temperatures drop to an inhabitable level. Although dwarf lemurs might not need to protect themselves from the cold, they may hibernate for [...]

Good News, For Now

Friday, April 2nd, 2010
nasa-madagascar

Two recent headlines are promising for conservation in Madagascar.

Madagascar Ants

Friday, February 26th, 2010
ants

Brian Fisher’s passion for ants takes him all over the world, especially Madagascar. He continues to go back because he keeps finding new species.

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