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Dominik Schüßler Aug 21
2 weeks ago, I posted a picture of chain saws arriving in the last major rain forest area of . After visiting the first forest site, it makes me very sad to tell about chain saws roaring from the forests all day long instead of singing Indri.
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Diversity Turn in Land Use Science Aug 23
Great afternoon with students of the Regional University Center of our study region (CURSA) in NE Talking about research methods and results, answeing questions and motivating students to continue their studies! Very motivating for us too!
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Josie D'UrbanJackson Aug 21
Paper accepted! Soon all you lucky people get to read all about the most brilliant-est bird of all... the 🥳!
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World Bank Aug 21
Communities need to be engaged when it comes to using their natural resources sustainably. Empowering local producers in makes them committed to protecting their own – and the country's - true wealth:
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Janina and Jim 16h
is the seemingly never-ending scenery of ...it is a country that amazed me as on every journey we took the landscape changed about 3 times - from mountain, to ride paddies, to rolling hills. Just amazing!
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Mbolatiana Raveloarimisa Aug 23
Pray for too. My country is burning. 😖😫😫
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AU Economic Affairs Aug 24
The countdown to the upcoming 11th Private Sector Forum to be held in has begun. Read more about the unveiling of the activities leading up to the Forum--->
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Brogan Pett (⧖) Aug 22
A recent photo of my one true love, Ocyale ghost (Lycosidae), with one of the lowest known populations of any spider, a likely gravid female 😍. Taken by Sam Hyde- Roberts.
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Phil Boyle Aug 21
Bird alert: TWO firsts for the Embassy garden in Antananarivo, , on the SAME DAY: first a slightly lost juvenile dimorphic egret, and then this utterly gorgeous barn owl, out in broad daylight. ✅✅ (photo h/t Mrs B.)
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Adsum Foundation 8h
Teachers, beat the blues by organising a coffee morning for all the team in aid of Adsum. A great way to catch up after summer break whilst raising money for a worthy school project in .
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Madagascar Vahiny Tours Aug 23
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Mbolatiana Raveloarimisa Aug 24
This is how the threats work in this democratic country Let's wait and see...
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Fanja Saholiarisoa 4h
for the 2nd time, is nominated for the Vote for Shyn
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Mbolatiana Raveloarimisa Aug 24
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Kristina Douglass Aug 23
Our latest paper in Quaternary Science Reviews comprehensively reviews archaeological 14C dates for , the world's 4th largest island! Free access for 50 days here:
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Fuck Every Country Aug 24
Fuck .
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Catholic Relief Aug 23
We know most of you can’t read this sign, but we post it at every food distribution in telling people how they can contact us, toll-free, if they have a problem to report. We do everything we can to make sure people are treated fairly & with dignity.
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Susann Rossbach Aug 23
My recent trip to Madagascar was an absolute blast! Seeing so many animals (that I only knew from the zoo / books/ documentaries before) in real life and roaming around free in the wild was truly impressive and a wonderful experience!
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Rakotojaofeno Malala Aug 23
Smartphone is very usefull for young Malagasy woman farmer to check information on food and vegetable local market. This picture was taken in a cassava fields belonging to this young malagasy farmer on 2015.
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Solofo Rakotoarisoa Aug 19
baukea, , restricted to the NW , locally common in lowlands, observed around
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