Does Madagascar have electricity?
Yes, Madagascar have electricity. If you have money, you will be able to have and use all household basic needs in a developed countries such as oven, stove, washing machine, refrigerator, television, vacuum cleaner, computer, fast Internet connection allowing you to use VOIP communications, land line telephone, different kind of mobile such as iPhone, air conditioner, heater, hair dryer, and so on. You can even have house security system with 24h camera recording and a remote control electric gate.
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Southern Africa, island in the Indian Ocean, east ofMozambique Madagascar is an island off Africa's coast is the fourth largestisland in the world. it has a surface area of …226,444 square miles.it is in the Indian ocean and is separated from Africa by the 500mile wide Mozambique channel. it's in Africa and the capital of Madagascar is Antananarivo (wereeverybody is an ooh ooh aah aah) aka monkey by the way it's MADAGASCAR The 4th largest island in the world (587,051 km2), Madagascar (orRepoblikan'i Madagasikara or Malagasy Republic) lies in the Indian(Indic) Ocean, near the islands of Comoros, Seychelles andMauritius, beside the East of Mozambique, being part of AfricanContinent. Madagascar is an island on the East of southern Africa
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Madagascar is a large island off the eastern coast of southern Africa (in the Indian Ocean). It is known for the many species of animals found there that exist nowhere else in… the world.
1) Tropical climate, wildlife, vegetation, and beaches. Paradise, I guess. 2)The movies with the lion, zebra, hippo, and giraffe. 3)For people who play internet games, the P…andemic games, developed by Dark Realm Studios, are infamous for pissing everyone off by never allowing Madagascar to become infected.
Madagascar has [*] little lemurs, birds, insects, etc. [*] 587.051 km2 (being the 4th largest island in the world), with several groups of people (a 20-million mixture of sev…eral Austronesian tribesÂ´descendants, natives [Africans], Arab descendants, Indians, Chinese, Europeans [formerly many of French origin], Comorans and a few others), many beaches and mountains as well, forests (a few ones being completely or partially intact), but also savana-like plains, there existing baobab (trees) and some desert areas and xeric shrublands, many kinds of plants in several parts of its territory, more than 500 types of reptiles and amphibians (wow!), also other wild animals and others, some harbours, parks, besides fishing and agriculture with much vanilla, coffee, sugarcane, peanuts, bananas, beans, cocoa, cloves, rice, cassava, and also livestock, mining (coal, ilmenite, nickel, some gas and oil), essential oils and textile products.
LEMURS there are some stripy Lemurs there, rare insects and amazing forests
wow, a boat?! how else. it's an island DA.
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The name Madagascar doesn't come from the local origin rather it was named by European travelers. It was first recorded in the memoirs of 13th-century Venetian explorer Marco …Polo as a form of the name Mogadishu, the Somalian port with which Marco Polo had mistakenly taken as Madagascar. On St. Laurence's Day in 1500, Portuguese explorer Diogo Dias landed on the island and christened it Sao Lourenco, but Polo's name was preferred and popularized on Renaissance. It is very hard to find the name Madagascar in the texts of local population.
no, the original name for Madagascar was the Malagasy Republic.
shure Yes. The Constitution of Madagascar came into force on 19 August 1992. Amended: September 1995, 8 April 1998, 4 April 2007
yes there is a desert in Madagascar named as Spiny.
In Madagascar, "Welcome" is "Tonga soa"
By boat I'm sure, I'm mean it's far out. Or a plane, either one works X)