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Madagascar Marine Conservation N.G.O. Internship

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Marine Conservation, Wildlife)
Location(s): Madagascar

Escape to Madagascar – the magical island which is home to some of the world's most spectacular and least explored dive sites. The crystal clear waters host a dazzling array of pristine marine habitats and support a huge diversity and abundance of marine creatures. The vivid multi-coloured corals and luxuriant sea grass beds provide rich fee

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Madagascar Teaching, Wildlife & Diving

Company: Frontier
Category: Multi Activity Gap Years (Teaching English, Watersports & diving, Wildlife)
Location(s): Madagascar

A magical landscape punctuated by the strange, root like forms of beautiful and unearthly baobab trees, forest canopies filled with unknown species and unique creatures such as the minute mouse lemur with its round lamp like eyes, skimming kingfishers catching tiny fish from the limpid forest pools, and the curiously coloured tenrec, amongst thousa

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Madagascar Wildlife Conservation Adventure Course Credit Internship

Company: Frontier
Category: Career Placements (General, Public Service & Govt, Ecology)
Location(s): Madagascar

A multitude of Frontier volunteers and interns are University or College students undertaking academic study. Why not make the most of your time abroad by adding volunteer experience to your resume as well as gaining academic course credit in your field of study. This internship will give you the opportunity to gain relevant work experience that wi

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Madagascar Wildlife Conservation N.G.O. Internship

Company: Frontier
Category: Conservation Projects (Conservation projects, Wildlife, Environmental Work)
Location(s): Madagascar

Madagascar is home to all of the world's remaining Lemurs, with over 100 species currently described and with new discoveries being made seemingly each year! Madagascar also has a huge diversity of chameleons, including the world’s smallest and largest, many endemic birds and the spectacular fossa, a cat like carnivore which is actually relat

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