Madagascar broke off from the supercontinent known as Gondwana some 135 million years ago, and separated from India approximately 88 million years ago. For millions of years, the island nation has been located about 250 miles off the coast of mainland Africa, leaving wildlife to evolve in relative isolation. This is how Madagascar became home to all kinds of plants and animals that don’t exist anywhere else in the world. But no longer do you have to travel all the way to Madagascar to glimpse cuties like the ring-tailed lemur, the aye-aye, or the fossa. They’re native to our Madagascar Menagerie Crew Socks, a 2018 Design-a-Sock-Contest winning entry.