Instability Threatens Ecotourism in Madagascar
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Instability Threatens Ecotourism in Madagascar

In places like Andasibe National Park, tour guides are finding themselves out of work as the country's political instability has deterred ecotourists, many of whom had come in recent years to see animals such as the Indri lemur. (Karin Brulliard/The Washington Post, edited by Francine Uenuma/The Washington Post)

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