There are over 12,000 plant species in the Madagascar rainforest. Some popular ones include the madascar orchid, the madagascar palm, and the madagascar dragon tree.
Madagascar rainforests harbor a quarter of the plants used in modern medicine, such as the cinchona tree, which is used to treat malaria. Another highly valued medicinal plant is the rosy periwinkle, found only in Madagascar’s forests, which has anti-cancer potential and is used to treat leukemia. Scientists, conservationists, and pharmaceutical companies from around the world have convened to study and protect these valuable plants before deforestation causes their extinction.
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