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Fort-Dauphin area, south-eastern Madagascar
View from Fort-Dauphin towards the NE, the palaeodunes are rich in ilmenite and will soon be mined by Rio Tinto.
Nepenthes madagascariensis, a typical carnivorous plant from the coastal plains.
Ambinanibe Bay, west of Fort-Dauphin: quartzo- feldspathic gneiss, so-called leptynite, showing original sedimentary bedding
View fromTsitongambarika Parc towards Andohahela Parc.
View into the Ranomafana Valley, north of Fort- Dauphin
Ankilitelo between Fort- Dauphin and Ambovombe: big subhedral garnet crystals in pegmatite.