Two Arabian Leopards were born at the Al Ula Royal Commission Wildlife Research Centre Two Arabian leopard cubs were born at the Al Ula Royal Commission Wildlife Research Centre

Al Ula: Two Arabian leopards were born at the Prince Saud Al Faisal Wildlife Research Center in Al Ula Governorate Royal Commission. The center explained that two baby girls were born. The Prince Saud Al Faisal Wildlife Research Center in Al Ula is an organization that works to increase the population of Arabian leopards and rehabilitate them in the wild.

The birth of the leopards confirms the authority’s efforts to achieve its goals of restoring the habitat and protecting the Arabian leopard from extinction. Arabian leopards are considered one of the most endangered animals in the world as a result of loss of natural habitats and poaching in previous years. It is estimated that there are only 200 tigers of this type in the world.

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