Wildlife in Abu Dhabi has an extensive collection of the animal community like pumas, cheetahs, leopards, etc. along with indigenous plants and animals. Zoos and wildlife centres also have many foreign animals and birds such as giraffes, snow leopards, etc.
Abu Dhabi's mangrove forests are habitats for a range of fascinating land and marine creatures − including crabs, turtles, herons, flamingos, foxes, gazelle, dolphins and fish – so they're a treasure for nature-lovers, young and old.
Magnificently positioned against the imposing backdrop of Jebel Hafit, Abu Dhabi’s tallest peak and the UAE’s second-tallest mountain, the Al Ain Safari has been carefully crafted out of the desert environment. About one and a half hours away from the capital city, this incredible 217-hectare park houses one of the world’s largest man-made African safaris and is home to a range of African animals and around 2,500 plants. The overall safari experience is completely unique because visitors are driven entirely by guides who have extensive knowledge of the animals and flora in the area.
Emirates Park Zoo is one of the most exciting educational places in the UAE and is now home to various animal species, including an ever-growing list of attractions and fun activities such as animal feeding, animal shows, ziplining and climb and car adventures. The zoo was built on the premise that every guest will be able to appreciate nature all over again, after encountering new discoveries, unique experiences and unforgettable memories, including interacting with its many farm and wild animals.
Established by the late Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Al Wathba Wetland Reserve is the first area in Abu Dhabi designated for protection by law. Once a coastal salt flat, it has now flourished into natural and man-made lakes that enable many of Abu Dhabi's species to thrive. The reserve is known for its large population of Greater Flamingos - home to an average number of 4,000 flamingos during autumn and spring. It also hosts more than 250 species of birds, 37 plant species and a wide range of aquatic life. The Al Wathba Wetland Reserve features two self-guided walking trails to explore and a bird-watching hide to observe the flamingos.
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