Madagascan rainforest illustration in progress

I’ve now painted in most of the species, at least roughly. So far we have:

A group of silky sifaka lemurs.  Two are nosing, which they do when they greet one another. One of the lemurs is Pink Face, a famous male from the reserve

A fossa – a carnivorous madagascan endemic which looks like a panther but is totally unrelated to felines, and more closely related to mongooses

A helmet vanga bird

A paradise fly-catcher bird

Two Madagascar Buzzards

A small green/white Mantella frog

A bamboo lemur on the bamboo

A Marojejy Palm which the park is named after

A giant tree fern which Marojejy is known for

A large pandanus plant. In Marojejy, these can be 8 feet tall.

Marojejy National Park illustration
Marojejy National Park illustration
Marojejy illustration in progress
Marojejy illustration in progress
Marojejy illustration in progress
Marojejy illustration in progress
Marojejy illustration in progress
Marojejy illustration in progress

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