Hello everyone, today, together with MAD M.A.C, we have decided to donate to the The Aspinall Foundation 10% of the royalties coming from the sales of our track "Madagascar". The Greater Bamboo Lemur is one of the most threatened of all lemurs, and one of the rarest primates in the world. As with all lemurs they are only found in Madagascar. Surveys carried out in 2009 by The Aspinall Foundation’s teams doubled the number of locations where they were known to occur. Having discovered these new sites we immediately established, and funded, community-based conservation projects to protect and monitor the areas. This led to the creation of the first-ever community-managed site designed specifically to protect greater bamboo lemurs. Consequently, the greater bamboo lemur was removed from the list of the 25 most endangered primates in the world, for the first time in a decade. Thanks to the work of The Aspinall Foundation and other committed organisations, the estimated population size of the greater bamboo lemur has risen since 2009 from 100 to 1,000 individuals. The Foundation works closely with ever increasing numbers of local communities and now protects over half the known wild population. Local rangers, funded by donations, monitor over 30 groups on a weekly basis. Almost 100 babieswere recorded across these groups in 2014 alone, and this trend continues with similar numbers in 2015 and 2016.