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In the Grand Tsingy of Bekopaka, climber John Beeson braves needle-like, porous limestone rocks. Unique to Madagascar, these striking formations serve twofold; acting as home to a variety of animals such as fruit bats, bees and snakes whilst also resisting intrusion from human activity, hungry cattle and wildfires. FACT 91 Academic English & Skills Pathways 92 21st Century Reading 94 Reading Explorer 96 Reading and Vocabulary Focus 98 ACTIVE Skills for Reading 98 Delta Academic Objectives 99 SkillsWork 99 Essential Academic Vocabulary 99 Great Writing 100 Sourcework 102 Writing Essentials 102 Developing Composition Skills/Refining Composition Skills 102 Discoveries in Academic Writing 102 Listening and Notetaking Skills 103 Madagascar | A climber on limestone pinnacles in the Grand Tsingy of Bekopaka. Photographer: STEPHEN ALVAREZ

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