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Laoranjy is Malagasy for orange, the fruit or the tree.

Laoranjy is Malagasy for orange, the fruit or the tree.

Elephants Foot Madagaskar http://www.naturescanner.nl/afrika/madagaskar

Flowers and Trees - Madagascar

Avenue de Baobab, Toliara, Madagascar

Baobab Trees: Legandary Trees in Cameroon/Africa . These trees live thousands of years and are in many places of Africa. Baobab trees represent strength, fertility and eternal life

Antandroy woman carrying iron, Central Madagascar

Antandroy woman carrying iron, Central Madagascar (by Frans Lanting)

TRIP DOWN MEMORY LANE: BATSIMISARAKA PEOPLE: MADAGASCAR`S "MANY INSEPARABLE" PEOPLE AND SECOND LARGEST TRIBE

The Betsimisaraka people are a Malagasy -speaking people of multiple sub-groups of mixed Bantu and Asian-Austronesian origin.

Madagascar               National Geographic  1986       Frans Lanting

~Market scene, Ambalamanarana, Central Madagascar~My brother, a French speaking Doctor, served the people there.

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