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You win, they REALLY win.͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   ͏ ‌   Ka'Chava Logo CONSERVATION PROJECT #17 SAVE AN ISLAND FOREST FOR LEMURS IN MADAGASCAR Ka'Chava + Rainforest Trust Save 10% and we will donate 10% to this project. Use discount code LEMURS at checkout until the end of September. See details below. SAVE 10% NOW Diademed Sifaka THREE SPECIES OF CRITICALLY ENDANGERED LEMURS ARE FACING EXTINCTION ON THE ISLAND OF MADAGASCAR. SPECIES AT RISK Indri, Diademed Sifaka, Black-and-white Ruffed Lemur, Aye-Aye. Madagascar Map Madagascar THERE IS ONLY ONE PLACE IN THE WORLD WHERE LEMURS CAN BE FOUND—THE ISLAND OF MADAGASCAR—BUT ENCROACHING AGRICULTURE AND BUSHMEAT HUNTING THREATEN THEIR SURVIVAL. Located off the southeastern coast of Africa, this refuge is the last place on Earth where these closely knit families of primates exist. Two of the largest living lemurs, the Critically Endangered Diademed Sifaka and Indri stand no taller than 28 inches in height. The Diademed Sifaka (CR) is the second-largest lemur in Madagascar. This diminutive primate leaps from tree to tree at speeds close to 18mph. With only 12 individuals recently documented in this area, there is no time to waste in strengthening protections for this animal’s survival. Monogamous and vocal, the Indri (CR), also called the babakoto, spends its life in the treetops. The largest lemur on the island, it is the only known mammal besides humans to use rhythm in its vocalizations. The Indri’s declining population was estimated to be approximately 73 individuals in a 2019 survey. Rainforest Trust, and their local partner, L’Homme et l’Environnement, are working to protect the 3,867-acre Vohimana Experimental Reserve and elevate it to the status of National Protected Area. This designation will provide the highest level of conservation protection possible in Madagascar and link four critical forest areas. Because of its geographic isolation, Madagascar is also home to many rare animals who exist nowhere else on Earth. Black and White Ruffed Lemur in Madagascar. Photo by David Havel Vohimana Forest in Madagascar The Boophis Tasymena Frog endemic to Madagascar Lemur YOUR PURCHASE MAKES A DIFFERENCE When you order Ka’Chava using the discount code LEMURS before the end of September you will get 10% off and we will donate 10% of the sale price (less tax & shipping) to the Rainforest Trust. ORDER NOW OUR CAUSE Rainforest Trust is saving real acres of rainforest through land purchases and designations. 50% of the world’s biodiversity exists in rainforests, so protecting these critical habitats is key to saving endangered species. Ka’Chava has been making seasonal contributions to Rainforest Trust for over 5 years, and 100% of donations they receive directly fund conservation action. See Our Cause N g 115,850 ACRES OF RAINFOREST SAVED LU B d P e o R KACHAVA Want to change how we email you?  or . Twitter Facebook Instagram
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