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Volunteer World 10h
With a coastline over 100 miles, Algarve Coast attracts many visitors in Portugal. The beach, the warm weather, amazing rock formations and fine golden sand seduce many tourists during the summer! Combined with the tranquil and warm water, it is a sight …
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Wine is one of Portugals biggest and most famous exports and considered to be the countries national drink! 🍷🍇Who would have thought? Get drunk on this beautiful country and explore its cities and streets during day and night by volunteering in one o…
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There was worldwide outcry when the Notre Dame cathedral was on fire. Why is there not the same level of outrage for the fires destroying the ?
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Volunteer World Aug 22
Portugal has many amazing beaches, however, a lot of people would argue that Praia Da Ursa is the most beautiful and stunning beach in Portugal!🏖 The beach hides close to the Coba da Roca, behind a steep hill. Who manages to get there will be rewarde…
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Volunteer World Aug 20
Madeira is an autonomous part of Portugal located off the coast of northwest Africa 🇵🇹 Did you know that Portuguese is the official language in eight other countries outside of Portugal and is the 6th most spoken first language in the world? Do you speak…
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Volunteer World Aug 18
Usually lemurs spend most of their time up on trees, however the ring-tailed lemur is an exception to that, as it also spends a lot of time on the ground. The various lemur species adapted to many terrains in Madagascar, from rain forests to semi-deserts…
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Volunteer World Aug 18
Hurry! This is your last chance to win a scholarship in South Africa 🇿🇦 Learning how to swim and surf is the highlight of most the children's day and thanks to this program, the drop-out rate from school went down successfully 👍 ➡ If you want to make…
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Volunteer World Aug 18
Did you know that other than humans, when it comes to primates, only lemurs can have truly blue eyes? 👁🔵Yet, out of all the primates they seem to be most different from human beings. They are not as smart as monkeys and similar to dogs, they have wet…
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Volunteer World Aug 17
You've always wanted to volunteer in South Africa? You are ready to fall in love with this diverse nation and its people? 😍 Don't miss your chance to win our scholarship worth $1.000! All you have to do is click the link in bio and subscribe to our n…
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Volunteer World Aug 15
Verreaux's Sifaka is an endangered Lemur species with a decreasing population as a result of deforestation and poaching in Madagascar ❌ Actually over 90% of the Lemurs are threatened and in danger of extinction 😢 Let's spread awareness about these fa…
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Volunteer World Aug 15
Did you know that in the world of lemurs, the females are on top in the hierarchy? Most of the times they display social dominance over the males, by eating first, even hitting food out of their hand or taking the better sleeping place. They decide when …
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Volunteer World Aug 13
Did you know that some lemur species have their scent glands in their wrists? Furthermore, lemurs have two tongues! The main tongue is for eating, while the second smaller tongue, which is hidden under the main tongue, is for cleaning and grooming other…
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Volunteer World Aug 12
Adventure is always ahead! 🎆 And we are offering you to start our next adventure right now! Be the winner of our third scholarship and volunteer in the Rainbow Nation South Africa 🌈 Teach children swimming and surfing and improve their teamwork and …
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Volunteer World Aug 11
There are actually many myths surrounding Table Mountain in South Africa 😯 One originating from way back when trading expanded and explorers were searching for new trading grounds in the "new world". Portuguese sailors struggled with the strong and …
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Volunteer World Aug 8
Seeing this amazing picture, there's no wonder that Lions Head is one of South Africa's most popular views 🌆 If just watching the scenery isn't enough, you can also dare to take the jump - with a parachute of course ☂ The first paraglide was done in …
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Volunteer World Aug 6
Leopards can be found in many places all over the world, which includes South Africa.🐆 In comparison to the cheetah, they have a much more robust and muscular body, and hunt at night instead of during the day! 🌒 They are highly adaptable animals that…
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Volunteer World Aug 4
Despite living in very warm areas, cheetahs only need to drink water every 3 or 4 days. 💧 Good luck doing the same thing as a human! Hope you enjoyed our cheetah week, check out our cheetah conservation programs, link in bio! 👆
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Volunteer World Aug 4
Cheetahs have been kept as pets for thousands of years. Emperors and kings used to do it as a sign of wealth. Even today these animals are kept as pets by private people in some countries of the world. Ethically this is more than questionable, as they of…
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Volunteer World Aug 3
The Kruger National Park, one of the most famous parks in the world, is a refuge for cheetahs. Usually cheetahs like more open areas to hunt their prey, however, they have shown that they can stalk and take down their prey even in wooded areas, like the …
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Volunteer World Aug 2
Cheetahs have brilliant eyesight, which helps them in their hunt during the day.👀 They predict the escape route of their prey and try to intercept it with their unparalleled speed. However, they can only hold this speed for 200-300m, and if a more ag…
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