Over the course of its 54 years, Al Ain Zoo has made great efforts and qualitative successes in preserving endangered animals, making it a local and global supporter in the field of nature conservation, biodiversity and wildlife conservation.

The park’s efforts continued in the propagation and care of rare species of animals threatened with extinction in a highly dangerous manner, such as the dama gazelle, Maha Abu Adas, the Arab sand cat, the Arab tiger, Maha Abu Harab and the Arab tahr, some of which are on the verge of extinction and others have finally become extinct from the wild as a result of human practices such as illegal trade and crawl Urban and poaching.

In the zoo’s statistics for the past year 2021, the total number of births reached 484, of which 263 are endangered. They have been multiplied according to international standards and best practices for managing and caring for animals. Al Ain Zoo is the largest in the Middle East; It is a global research center for the protection and reproduction of endangered animals in cooperation with several partnerships and institutions.

Al Ain Zoo’s efforts in protecting endangered species extend to awareness, education and culture through events, experiments, seasonal student camps, training university students, educational visits that exceed forty thousand annually, and educating and educating the public of all segments, accompanied by guides and Emirati specialists in the field of nature conservation and protection of endangered species. with extinction.

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