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Madagascar Trip 2016

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Date: June 12, 2016-June 29, 2016
Region: Africa
Activity Level: Strenuous
Arrangements: Terra Incognita Ecotours

 

Madagascar is one of the highest conservation priorities on the planet due to its high level of endemic biota, and the rapid rate at which much of that biota is unfortunately disappearing. Join us for an adventure to experience the unique plants, animals, and culture on the exotic island of Madagascar – including many, many lemurs. The tour will be led by Duke Lemur Center conservation coordinator Charlie Welch, who lived and worked in Madagascar for 15 years.

Duke Faculty: Charles Welch, Conservation Coordinator, Duke Lemur Center

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