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Sir Bani Yas, exotic biodiversity


For several decades, the United Arab Emirates have focused their efforts to preserve biodiversity on this island, a thriving home to thousands of wild animals and plants 240 km from Abu Dhabi. Off the Persian Gulf, the island of Sir Bani Yas, named after the tribe that had inhabited it for 7,000 years, had been nothing more than a deserted surface since 1970, where the ecosystem consisted only of rocks and shores. , without any source of water or greenery. Today, thanks to an ambitious project for the rehabilitation and development of fauna and flora launched by the founding emir, Sir Bani Yas has been magnified into a natural reserve refuge for endangered animals of the peninsula. arabic.

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