Madagascar’s once pristine and expansive rainforests are dwindling, and the animals and plants that inhabit them face the same fate. Isolated for some 65 million years, the island of Madagascar is almost three times the size of Britain and boasts unparalleled levels of endemic biodiversity. But its forest cover has declined by over 90% in the last century, and 70% of the remaining forest is within 1 km of the forest edge.

This feature length documentary follows a dedicated team of local and international researchers as they study dwindling rainforest fragments in remote northern Madagascar.