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Nubian giraffe born in Al Ain zoo

posted on 25/02/2003: 4700 views


A Nubian giraffe, which is considered an endangered species, was born in Al Ain Zoo recently taking its number to 14, said Sultan Al Darmaki, Director of the Al Ain Zoo Department. Al Ain Zoo is world leader in breeding and conserving Nubian giraffes and other endangered species, said Al Darmaki. The Nubian giraffes are proliferating, he said, adding that with the newborn the number of Nubian giraffes has reached 14 - three of them females. The zoo also has one of the largest numbers of Nubian giraffes, noted Dr Nashat. (The Gulf News)



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