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  •  
    • Most traditional food dishes consist of noodles, rice and root vegetables
    • Another dish that
    • Most people enjoy
    • Is steak, mango
    • And rice
    • Capital: Anatarvio
    • Population: 21,926,221
    • Prime Minister: Omer Berzerniky
    • Coffee
    • Vanilla
    • Sugar Cane
    • Meat
    • Soap
    • Breweries
    • Teaches practical skills
    • Poor quality schools
    • Mandatory for ages 6-14
    • Emphasized importance of maintaining one’s life
    • Graphite
    • Chromite
    • Coal
    • Bauxite
    • Rare Earth Elements
    • Salt
    • Quartz
    • Tar sands
    • Semiprecious stones
    • Mica
    • Fish Hydropower
    • French colonial governments, have modernized Madagascar
    • The French introduced many cash crops
    • Very poor country
    • 70% of the population is failing
    • France
    • Germany
    • United States
    • Mauritius
    • Soil erosions
    • Deforestation
    • Raw sewage
    • Organic wastes
    • Madagascar is a island off the Atlantic
    • Madagascar is about the size of Texas
    • Red= Sovereignty
    • Green= Hope
    • White= Purity
    • Hot rainy season
    • Cooler and dry season
    • Red Island
    • Island off of the Atlantic
    • Fourth largest Island, about
    • The size of Texas
    • www.answer.com
    • www.wildmadagascar.com
    • www.ciafactbook.com
    • www.maps.google.com
    • www.wikapedia.com