Baie de Baly National Park

Baly Bay National Park is one the national parks in Madagascar it is  found in the northwestern of Madagascar and was created in 19971. The national park is known to with its two different biodiversity: the terrestrial ecosystem and the marine and coastal ecosystem ref. Baly Bay national park is the only habitat for the endemic Angonoka turtle, a turtle that does not go beyond the borders of Soalala, also called Astrochelys yniphora. It is a rare turtle in its own natural habitat, the thicket of Perrierbambos madagascariensis. also endemic to Soalala. The lakes and marshes scattered here and there in the park also protect large migratory waterbirds that live in colonies or freshwater turtles classified as "endangered" like the Erymnochelys madagascariensis.


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