This New Desert Reserve Will Cover 10% Of Dubaiby Forbes Middle East Forbes Middle East - Business News
After the opening of Dubai Safari, the emirate has launched a new desert conservation reserve that spans 10% of Dubais area. Recommended Features
- solar power
- Marmoon Desert Conservation Reserve
- Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum
Review on This New Desert Reserve Will Cover 10% Of DubaiDubbed the Marmoon Reserve project, the unfenced desert reserve is home to 19 endangered species, as well as more than 360 native and migratory bird species, 26 reptile species, nine mammal species and 39 species of plants. It will also have 10 kilometers of lakes, including Al Qudra Lakes, and will encompass Saruq Al Hadid, an archaeological site dating back over 3,000 years ago.
It will include observation decks, yoga areas, an outdoor theater and cycling tracks, and will be powered using solar energy. By 2030, it will also be used to host more than 20 annual sporting, cultural and environmental events.
The project was launched by Vice President, Prime Minister and Ruler of Dubai Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on Tuesday, January 17, 2018.
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