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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...
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.
مجموعة صور للحياة البرية بمحافظة ظفار اغلب الصور بشهر يوليو 2016 وارحب باي ملاحظات او انتقادات فنية firstname.lastname@example.org الاغنية من اداء ايمان الزدجالي
taken in wadi tanuf and qiyut village
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
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oman wildlife الحياة البرية في سلطنة عمان تزخر سلطنة عمان بتنوع جغرافي عجيب وباختلاف هذه التضاريس تختلف الاجواء خصوصا بالمنطقة الجنوبية محافظة ظفار التي تكتسي بفصل الخريف برياح موسمية محملة بالامطار مما يجعل الاراضي غنية بما لذ وطاب وبعدستي المتواضعه انقل لكم بعض ما اراه واعيشه الحمدلله على هذا النعمة التي يجب ان نشكر الله عليها وان نحافظ عليها ونساعد في نشر الوعي والثقافة البيئية لا تترددوا في ابداء اي ملاحظات او انتقادات فنية وساكون من الشاكرين اخوكم سعيد الشنفري
الحياة البرية في السلطنة
الحياة البرية في سلطنة عمان زاخرة بما لذ وطاب خصوصا بمنطقتي محافظة ظفار واسلط الضوء هنا على عالم مخفي على الكثير من الناس عالم الحياة البرية وبهذا الفيديو يظهر لنا عدد اثنان من الظربان او غرير العسل واثنان من الذئاب العربية ومواجهة كادت ان تتحول الى معركة . سعيد الشنفري محافظة ظفار
"Oman's Arabian Leopards are critically endangered, close to extinction" The Environment Society of Oman (ESO) estimated population at 48 to 55 in Dhofar, Oman. "There are only 200 wild panthers across the Arabian Peninsula," ESO said. Another animal unique to Oman that is now facing extinction is the Loggerhead turtle. 1 Ministerial Decision and four Royal Decrees protect the leopard from being captured and hunted. Website: http://timesofoman.com Facebook: http://facebook.com/timesofoman Twitter: http://twitter.com/timesofoman
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...
Day 6 Episode 16 of my solo Adventure in Oman FOLLOW ME HERE: -- INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/rosiegabrielle/ FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/RosieGabrielle/ I'm kidding ,,, I didn't convert,,, BUT I did have the most amazing time at my new friends' home that I was invited to. I was introduced to the entire family. Openly welcomed into their home, without hesitation or judgment of where I was from, what I believed, or how I dressed ( or smelt.. as it had been a couple days since I had showered :0 LOL ) The family had prepared a feast, just for me ! All traditional Omani dishes. It was more food than I could even imagine, but they were just so proud to share their traditions with me and show me true Omani hospitality. Unfortunately I have a very sensitive stomach, an...
Thinking camping in Oman in the middle of the summer is insane? We thought it sounded insane too, but ended up having an amazing time. The hike to Jebel Shams took us about 5 hours down and back, and we only went a bit of the way down. While temperatures soared in Dubai (over 110 degrees) it was only about 85 on the mountain and dipped down to around 60 at night, which was amazing! Having to wear long pants at night around the fire was wonderful and reminded us what being outside was all about. The drive is about 5 hours from Dubai, an easy weekend getaway no matter what time of year. -~-~~-~~~-~~-~- Please watch: "Jeff Travels 18,572km To See His Family For Christmas" âž¨ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DHG-J6sQ7rg -~-~~-~~~-~~-~-
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 ...
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. come visit Oman
(5 Nov 2016) Charles, the UK's Prince of Wales, continued his tour of Oman on Saturday, visiting a 200-year-old village before embarking on a wildlife adventure at a nature reserve. Prince Charles was flown by helicopter to Misfat Al Abriyeen village. The mountainous area is divided into two distinct settlements â€“ the old and new villages. The old village was built over 200 years ago and is distinct for its traditional mud houses built with carved wooden doors. The Prince stopped at a viewpoint overlooking the city of Muscat before walking through narrow pathways. He was also shown the village's traditional irrigation system. Driving through valleys in the mountains of Oman, the Prince Charles then visited the Ras Al Shajar Nature Reserve. After seeing gazelles and desert be...
Take a minute to explore peaceful and tranquil Oman with us. The country is a compelling blend of old and new, impeccably maintained Muscat combines traditional Arabic and Islamic styles with ancient fortifications and architectural gems, setting it apart from many other modern cities in the Middle East. Away from the cities, spectacular desert scenery is riddled with high mountains and fertile oases, deep canyons, beautiful coastline with deserted beaches, lush wadis and a whole collection of interesting forts to visit. In the south lies the city of Salalah, a lush oasis surrounded by mountains, waterfalls and frankincense trees: a surprise to many in a country which is 80% sand.