Entries in biodiversity (9)
It has been said that the importance of Lake Malawi National Park to the study of evolution is comparable to that of the Galapagos Islands. So what’s so important about this region, and what is being done to protect it?
By their very definition, whether large or small, remote or nearby, islands are separate. Although obvious, this fact is hugely significant in terms of its implications on evolution and biodiversity. Today we look at some of the more unknown of these secluded pockets and explore their natural wonders.
This week on Into the Wild we will be enlightening those interested on some of the important scientific research carried out on three of our main projects: Costa Rica, Fiji and Tanzania. Here at Frontier we pride ourselves for the high standard of survey work carried out in the field, and we thought this would be a great opportunity to let everyone know what we have recently discovered.
Located hundreds of kilometres from the coast of Africa and separated from the continent by 165 million years of evolution, Madagascar is unique in its culture and biodiversity.
To finish off the week we present some of the exciting internships available here in our London offices, ranging from researching biodiversity and conservation to assisting the online marketing team with website design and writing articles.