Politically Correct Atlas 2: Madagascar

This country is home to over 200 endangered species of lemur. Lemurs are playful little creatures that dance through the forest canopy in a never-ending ballet of grace and beauty. Also, they are low in saturated fat.

 

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Pictured above is one of the many delicious lemurs that dwell in the trees of Madagascar. The lemur’s front paws are remarkably dexterous. But the editors were forced to crop the picture as this disgusting primate was busy pleasuring himself at the time the photo was taken. Lemurs masturbate for only 79% of their waking hours.

 

  • Fact # 1
    Madagascar is home to over 200 endangered species of lemur. Lemurs are playful little creatures that dance through the forest canopy in a never ending ballet of grace and beauty. Also, they are low in saturated fat.
  • Fact # 2
    Madagascar is the fourth-largest island in the world. They didn’t even get the bronze—what a bunch of losers.
  • Fact # 3
    Most of the population of this island lives on less than two dollars a day. So Madagascar is a lot like its neighbors on the African continent.
  • Fact #4
    In the late 1800s, Madagascar was conquered by the French and was made a colony in their empire. Even after winning their independence back, defiant native islanders still refuse to eat croissants, baguettes or snails.
  • Fact # 5
    Madagascar’s national sport is called Lithumabunkai, which translates as “Let’s search for food.”