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The Ruler of Sharjah inaugurates the “Hanging Gardens” in the city of Kalba

The Ruler of the Emirate of Sharjah, Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, inaugurated the Hanging Gardens in Kalba, inaugurated the Arabian Tahr Project, and the “Deer Sheds” parallel to the Al Hafiya Reserve, and other protected environmental places.

This project, as part of the new expansion of the Al-Hafiya Center for the Conservation of the Mountainous Environment in Kalba, aims to provide a large natural environment for breeding the endangered Arabian tahr, and the deer canopies also provide a shaded platform for visitors to view the deer.

Upon his arrival at the center, The ruler listened to a detailed explanation about the efforts to preserve rare and endangered animals and birds, including the Arabian tahr and the Nubian ibex, which the center succeeded in resettling in the Hajar Mountains.

Al Hafiya Reserve is home to more than 30 different species of mountain animals. Al Hafiya Center for the Conservation of the Mountain Environment, located at the foot of the Al Hajar Mountains adjacent to the city of Kalba, is famous for its rich biological diversity as it contains a variety of plants and animals, highlighting the uniqueness of the region and the harmony and integration of its natural elements. Highlights the area's heritage, environmental and tourism importance.


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