Rare Arabian Leopard birth – hope for endangered species
The birth of a rare Arabian leopard cub is fuelling hope for the survival of one of the world’s most critically endangered animal species.
It is thought that only 200 of the smallest member of the leopard family remain in the wild after centuries of habitat loss and human conflict.
The female cub was born in April, 2021, at the Arabian Leopard Breeding Center in Taif, Saudi Arabia. It was part of a special breeding programme. With this programme the RCU is transforming the vast wildernesses of AlUla area in north-west Saudi Arabia.
video courtesy Royal Commission for AlUla (RCU) and produced by ynuk.tv
for more visit: https://www.rcu.gov.sa/en/
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This is how they’re hoping to save the critically endangered #ArabianLeopard watch here https://t.co/c0JmtbUaKu special breeding programme by #RoyalCommissionforAlUla #survival #endangeredspecies @RCU_SA pic.twitter.com/I60J75baPy
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