In 2004, we decided to venture into another part of the third world that had something no other place offered: lemurs.

Lemurs are the smallest primates known, but they were at one time thought to be as large as adult gorillas. Through the process of evolution this animal has become smaller as an adaptation to allow it to live in trees and require less food for survival. 

Although Madagascar is the fourth poorest country in the world, the flora and fauna, as well as the culture, are second to none.