Al Ain Zoo protects endangered animals

Al Ain Zoo Protects Endangered Animals

Al Ain Zoo Protects Endangered Animals

Al Ain Zoo protects endangered animals by participating in 59 international breeding programmes

The Al Ain Zoo is home to nearly 4000 animals from around the world.

30% of these animals are classified as endangered.

Al Ain Zoo was established over 52 years ago, and since then has been successfully conserving the wild life.

They are trying to increase their efforts by participating in 59 new breeding programs.

Protecting animals and wildlife spans across quality breeding programmes, studying genetic diversity, and providing veterinary care.

Myyas Ahmed Al Quarqaz, General Curator at the Life Sciences Department in Al Ain Zoo

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