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    National Geographic People | National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest 2012 African Queen ...

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    37 - African Queen - Madagascar: Madagascar is a country that feels like no other. Despite its rich mineral wealth it remains one of the poorest countries on the planet. It has suffered mass deforestation and the landscape scarred by mining operations but they beauty in lies within the people who make Madagascar. As the wife of the village Mayor, this woman was displaying some of the most exquisite sun protection I have ever encountered. (© Lisa Labinjoh/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contes

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