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Pure Nature Specials Arabian Leopard Of Oman Leopards are the ultimate cats. They are the most feline, the most intelligent, the most dangerous and, until recently, one of the least understood. They hun. pbs nature, pbs nature full episodes, pbs nature documentary, pbs nature documentaries full length, pbs nature hd, pbs nature george page, pbs nature funding. I do not own this video Good quality images, rapid 24 hour overview. Seven different species of animals: lion, hyena, leopard, cheetah, elephant, buffalo, rh. I do not own this video. The images are not hing special but it's an opportunity to talk about the Persian leopard. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Kiamaky Wi.
Oman has a surprisingly varied wildlife, both on land and in the surrounding waters. Nature reserves have been set up throughout the Sultanate to protect the natural habitats of mammals such as the leopard, Oryx, gazelle, taher, ibex, desert foxes and wild cats. A number of indigenous animals have become endangered, such as the Arabian leopard and the Arabian Oryx. The Jiddat al-Harasis Reserve is home to the Arabian Oryx and the area is listed on the World Natural and Cultural Heritage register by UNESCO. Approximately 400 birds have been recorded in Oman. Located at the hub of three different geographical land masses, Oman is host to many foreign species, such as the Golden Oriole, Nightjar and White Stork. In the breeding season, public entry is prohibited to the Dimaaniyat Islands, whe...
taken in wadi tanuf and qiyut village
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In a land where the transition from coastal plain to open desert takes place within a span of just 50 kilometres, the range of wildlife is astonishing. From the fleeting oryx of the desert to the leopards of Dhofar, Oman provides nature-lovers with a unique glimpse of some of the rarest species in the animal kingdom. Travel to the Sultanate of Oman especially to the city of Muscat for amazing Oman Adventure. Through our Oman travel guide you can visit Oman. Oman is an evolving journey if you are an adventure seeker, nature lover or interested in heritage and culture, don't miss the amazing Dohfar Khwars and Salalah Khareef Festival.
Oman: World Responsible Tourism Awards 2014 at WTM The Sultanate of Oman’s Ministry of Tourism is committed to developing a range of quality tourism products that not only promote cultural integrity and environmental protection but that also lead to a diverse and sustainable tourism industry both at home in the Sultanate and overseas. By sponsoring the awards the ministry wishes to recognise and support the development of tourism products across the world that are internationally renowned yet mindful of their position within the natural eco systems and traditional communities from which they have grown. The protection of historic, cultural and natural heritage should always be developed so that it provides sustainable economic benefit for the surrounding local communities. Green land...
The Arabian Oryx Sanctuary was established in 1994 to help protect oryx and to conserve desert habitat and threatened species. It covers approximately 27,500 sq. km of central Oman and lies equidistant from Muscat and Salalah.Arabyian Oryx The sanctuary also contains examples of geological formations and landscapes that are of exceptional scientific and aesthetic value. Video brought to you by Destination Channel and Best Destination Travel Guides of Travelindex Network. Useful Links: http://www.tourismoman.net http://www.destinationchannel.com http://www.bestdestination.com http://www.travelindex.com
I spent a week in the amazing country of Oman on a travel photography press tour called Oman in Focus. And well the tour itself had its fair share of challenges and stresses, the country itself is absolutely stunning. Check out some of my photos from Oman here: http://www.brendansadventures.com/introducing-oman-in-focus-and-some-images-from-day-1/ From a travel photography standpoint, Oman has as much to offer as just about any country on the planet. Aside from the lack of wildlife, the landscapes, architecture, and people make for such perfect subjects. I'm actually dying to get back to the Gulf of the Middle East, and perhaps Oman again, and photograph a bit more, but on my own this time. This video shows a bit of a cross-section of Oman, including lots of time-lapse photography. I ...
A lion was spotted along the shore of the Arabian Sea in India's western coast off Gujarat state on January 2. The big cat jumped into the water and began swimming away from shore. According to locals, the lion must have strayed into the port area from a forest area from the nearby Gir National Park.
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الحياة البرية في السلطنة
Exciting videos from wildlife camera traps in Oman! ------- In early 2012 the British Schools Exploring Society headed to the Dhofar province in the far South West of Oman, the expedition team spent time in the Rub' al-Khali (Empty Quarter) as well as the costal region of the Dhofar mountains. In association with the Office for Conservation of the Envrionment, Diwan of Royal Court, Oman, the expedition team's primary scientific objective was to establish the population abundance and density of key indicator species. This video focuses on the Hyena (Hyaena hyaena), caught on film by the camera traps that the expedition team set up in Wadi Sayq.