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‘Arabian Ark’ helps save wildlife from extinction

General February 4, 2015

A falcon takes off on Sir Bani Yas Island, one of the largest natural islands in the UAEOryx, giraffes and cheetahs roam an "Arabian Ark" nature reserve on a desert Gulf island where species once facing extinction in the region are making a comeback. Since animals were first brought to Sir Bani Yas off the coast of Abu Dhabi more than four decades ago, their total population has soared to more than 13,000. Twenty-five species of mammals and 170 types of birds are found in a nature reserve covering an area of 1,400 hectares (3,500 acres). Some species are, or were, endangered in the region, or even extinct in the wild.


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