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THE COUNTRY & THE ENVIRONMENT - WILDLIFE

Mohammed bin Rashid issues decree establishing six wildlife sanctuaries in Dubai

Posted on 30/05/2014

Reference to Law No. (11) of 2003 on the Establishment of Protected Areas in the Emirate of Dubai, Vice President and Prime Minister, His Highness Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, in his capacity as Ruler of Dubai, has issued Decree No. (22) of 2014 regarding the establishment of six new wildlife sanctuaries in the Emirate of Dubai. Pursuant to the new Decree, the six new wildlife sanctuaries are: Al Ghaf Conservation of Nazwa, Al Marmoum Desert Reserve, Al Wohoosh Desert Conservation ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi and Jordan join forces to cooperate on conservation of Houbara

Posted on 29/05/2014

Jordan became the latest country to join forces with Abu Dhabi in the emirate's long-standing campaign to restore and preserve wild populations of the Houbara. Representatives from both parties signed a cooperation agreement at a ceremony held in Abu Dhabi affirming their commitment to conserving a bird that is important to biodiversity and the cultural heritage of both countries. Mohamed Saleh Al Baidani, Director General of IFHC on behalf of Abu Dhabi and Yehya Khaled, the ...  >>MORE

Jordan becomes latest country to welcome Houbara bustards from Abu Dhabi

Posted on 27/05/2014

Jordan has become the latest country in the region to host the release of Asian Houbara bustards bred in Abu Dhabi. The 500 Houbara were released at eight designated sites in traditional areas for the species. The birds were bred in Abu Dhabi and transported to Jordan for release as part of the International Fund for Houbara Conservation's, IFHC, world-leading programme to restore wild populations across the range of the iconic species. Mohamed Al Bowardi, Deputy Chairman of the IFHC Board, ...  >>MORE

100th Arabian tahr, and twin tahrs welcomed in Al Ain

Posted on 27/05/2014

The Management of Nature Conservation (MNC) in Al Ain welcomed its 100th Arabian tahr this season, marking another milestone in its 11-year breeding programme for the threatened species found only in Oman and the UAE. Angie, a female Arabian tahr (Arabitragus jayakari), was born early Saturday at MNC for this year's breeding season. The centre now houses 425 Arabian tahr, believed to be the world's biggest Arabian tahr population in captivity. It is a research and breeding facility that is not ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi uses conservation drones to monitor important species

Posted on 19/05/2014

The Environment Agency - Abu Dhabi, EAD, has adopted the use of conservation drones to further assess and monitor the flamingo population at Al Wathba Wetland Reserve. The drones will capture footage of difficult to reach areas while verifying species numbers without making close contact with the birds. EAD will also benefit from the accuracy of the unmanned aerial vehicle's images of the breeding birds, as well as providing a data collection method that is both cost and time effective. ...  >>MORE

The houbara must be saved for the sake of our culture and tradition

Posted on 11/05/2014

The importance Abu Dhabi places on conserving its biodiversity can be seen in its dedicated programmes for species such as the Arabian Oryx. The emirate can also be proud of the work it does in preserving the bird that is our national emblem: the falcon. But one of our greatest successes has been the conservation of the houbara bustard. The species is linked with our culture and tradition. So it is vital that we do everything we can to preserve this species, both in terms of our responsibility ...  >>MORE

DM to observe migratory bird day

Posted on 10/05/2014

Marking World Migratory Bird Day 2014, the Environment Department of Dubai Municipality will hold a seminar on May 12 under the theme "Destination Flyways: Migratory Birds and Tourism” in the conference hall of the Falcon Heritage Centre in Nad Al Sheba. A photography exhibition will be held on May 15 in Abu Hail Dubai Municipality Centre. World Migratory Bird Day (WMBD) was initiated in 2006 and is an annual awareness-raising campaign highlighting the need for the protection of migratory ...  >>MORE

Two thousand captive-bred Asian Houbara released in Kazakhstan

Posted on 08/05/2014

In implementation of the initiatives of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan, the International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, has released 2,000 captive-bred Asian Houbara in Kazakhstan, Central Asia, in the largest ever single release of the species in the wild. Mohamed Saleh Al Baidani, Director-General of IFHC, said, "This is a very significant day in the history of Houbara conservation. Previously we have only carried out small-scale experimental releases in ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo establishes new partnerships with Sahara Conservation Fund, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy

Posted on 08/05/2014

In line with its ongoing commitment to the conservation of arid land biodiversity and species, Al Ain Zoo has established new partnerships with the Sahara Conservation Fund and Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, two leading non-profit conservation organisations in Africa to support conservation and research projects for endangered species. Commenting on the new partnerships, Muna al Dhaheri, Chief of Conservation and Education at Al Ain Zoo said, "Al Ain Zoo is dedicated to the conservation of arid ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo launches Arabian Endangered Species Month

Posted on 05/05/2014

As part of its commitment to the conservation of arid land species, Al Ain Zoo is set to launch Arabian Endangered Species Month from 1 to 30 May, 2014. Through a wide range of activities, visitors will have the opportunity to learn more about the importance of breeding and conservation programmes that have been adopted by Al Ain Zoo. Each week, zoo keepers will be leading a discussion that focuses on an endangered species, including the Arabian Sand Cat, Arabian Leopard, Arabian Oryx, and ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi and Yemen sign cooperation agreement on conservation of Houbara

Posted on 30/04/2014

Abu Dhabi and Yemen have signed a cooperation agreement on the conservation of the Houbara Bustard. The 10-year agreement updates the existing Convention on Houbara Conservation, reinforces the historically strong relations that exist between the two parties and extends the Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan Houbara Reintroduction Project. The agreement was signed by representatives from Abu Dhabi's International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) and the Environment Protection Authority, ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo welcomes new American Dwarf crocodiles

Posted on 10/04/2014

Al Ain Zoo has welcomed a new group of endangered American Dwarf crocodiles, in a joint collaboration with Dubai Mall's Aquarium and Underwater Zoo. A new addition to Al Ain Zoo's animal collection, the Dwarf crocodiles, classified as endangered by the International Union for the Conservation of Nature list (ICUN), can be seen on exhibit at the zoo's Reptile House. Guests now have the opportunity to witness the smallest crocodiles found in the world, with adult species reaching a length of no ...  >>MORE

New display reveals the UAE’s night-time wildlife

Posted on 09/04/2014

A display of nocturnal insects, reptiles and birds that are indigenous to the UAE has opened for viewing at the Dubai Aquarium & Underwater Zoo at Dubai Mall. The creatures include a family of fruit bats, a chameleon hiding amidst the foliage of an artificial tree and scorpions that appear to glow in the dark – all part of the zoo's UAE's Night Creatures exhibit. The display aims to show visitors a glimpse of the country's rich biodiversity with many animals living in the country in abundance ...  >>MORE

Dubai Municipality photo competition to promote migratory birds

Posted on 07/04/2014

The two-day annual event to raise awareness for the need to protect migratory birds and their habitats will be observed this year on May 10-11. The marine environment and wildlife section of Dubai Municipality's environment department has announced a digital photography contest for employees and the public on the occasion of World Migratory Bird Day 2014. The two-day annual event to raise awareness for the need to protect migratory birds and their habitats will be observed this year on May ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo launches video competition for individuals with special needs

Posted on 01/04/2014

Al Ain Zoo is to hold a video competition for individuals with special needs, starting from tomorrow, in cooperation with the Ministry of Interior Centres for the Rehabilitation and Employment of People with Special Needs, aimed at training and employing qualified UAE Nationals. Individuals are encouraged to explore the zoo and get creative by taking videos of Al Ain Zoo exhibits, landscapes, and more during the competition which will run until April 30th. Ghanim Mubarak Al Hajeri, ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo launches annual wildlife and nature programme

Posted on 27/03/2014

Al Ain Zoo Education Centre's annual Spring Safari children's programme gets under way on Sunday. The safari allows children to work on their arts, crafts and maths skills in a setting where they can connect with wildlife and nature, a zoo official said. Other activities will include movies and shows. "The zoo safari programme aims to educate children about wildlife and nature, giving them the opportunity to directly interact with the zoo's animals,” said Muna Al Dhaheri, the zoo's chief ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo celebrates African Month for second year

Posted on 20/03/2014

Al Ain Zoo is kicking off the spring season with an interactive themed month to celebrate African wildlife and culture. From 20th March to 19th April 2014, visitors are invited to explore the continent's rich history through traditional performances, culinary fare and artwork alongside the zoo's renowned African Mixed Exhibit. Muna Al Dhaheri, Chief Executive of Education and Conservation, said, "We look forward to welcoming our guests this month to participate in African month celebrations. ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo’s conservation programme gets support

Posted on 18/03/2014

Al Ain Zoo and the Hilton Al Ain on Monday joined hands to work together for wildlife conversation. The hotel will donate a share of its coffee shop profits to the zoo's conservation programme. The collaboration will help educate the community about the role of the zoo and its commitment to conservation, said Ganem Mubarak Al Hajiri, Director-General of the Zoo and Aquarium Public Institution in Al Ain. Al Hajiri also signed a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with Jacques Claudel, Hilton Al ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo welcomes 10 new flamingoes

Posted on 13/03/2014

A new collection of pink flamingos has been introduced at Al Ain Zoo. As part of its major enhancements and expansion projects, the zoo added the birds to the exhibits surrounding the Sheikh Zayed Desert Learning Centre. The centre will feature educational exhibits that celebrate the wildlife and traditions of the desert, as well as the conservation-related vision of the founding President, Sheikh Zayed. The 10 new flamingoes were obtained from a private institution in Dubai. They bring the ...  >>MORE

ADEC launches campaign to produce artificial falcon nests

Posted on 11/03/2014

The Abu Dhabi Education Council, ADEC, has launched a campaign entitled "Collecting Office Recyclable Materials" to produce artificial falcon nests. The three-day campaign aims to collect recyclable photocopier paper boxes, photocopier A4 paper wraps and water bottles to produce art work for an artificial falcon nest. This campaign is inspired by a science enquiry subject called "Mongolia Artificial Nest for Falcons." Dr. Karima Al Mazroui, ADEC's Curriculum Division Manager, said that this ...  >>MORE

IFHC announces hatching of its first captive-bred Asian Houbara chick of the season

Posted on 07/03/2014

The International Fund for Houbara Conservation, IFHC, has announced the hatching of its first captive-bred Asian Houbara chick of the season. The chick, the first of several thousand which are anticipated to be bred this year in Abu Dhabi, was hatched on the 4th March at the Fund's Sheikh Khalifa Houbara Breeding Centre - Abu Dhabi. It is also the first to be produced this year as part of the His Highness Sheikh Khalifa Bin Zayed Houbara Reintroduction Project, which breeds and releases ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo completes successful animal exchange with Al Areen Wildlife Park in Bahrain

Posted on 04/03/2014

Al Ain Zoo has successfully conducted an animal exchange with Al Areen Wildlife Park in Bahrain, as part of its commitment to improving genetic diversity. The initiative comprised the exchange of endangered species, including Dama gazelle, Arabian Oryx, Scimitar-horned Oryx, Arabian sand cat, Arabian wolves, African turtles, elands, wildebeest and ponies. The animals were exchanged over a period of four days following months of careful coordination, planning and monitoring by both ...  >>MORE

Sharjah breeding centre brings Arabian leopard back from the brink

Posted on 03/03/2014

A breeding centre in Sharjah has made huge strides in helping to prevent the endangered Arabian leopard from becoming extinct. In 1998, a male was brought over from Yemen and a female from Oman to the Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife in the emirate. "The pair have so far given birth to 35 leopards,” said Hana Al Suwaidi, the chairwoman of the Environment and Protected Areas Authority in Sharjah, which oversees the centre. "It is very important to protect the Arabian leopard ...  >>MORE

With rain showers, Hatta comes back to life

Posted on 27/02/2014

The recent showers have pumped in a new life into Hatta, the only hill district of bustling Middle East's main business hub Dubai, says the emirate's wildlife expert Dr Reza Khan. Very little rain during the past few years had reduced the level of water in several dams in Hatta to bone dry condition, and same was the fate of many old wadi pools and rock pools, according to Dr Khan, who is a Specialist in Wildlife and Zoo Management at the Public Parks and Horticulture Department of the Dubai ...  >>MORE

Khor Kalba conservation efforts bear fruits

Posted on 23/02/2014

Amidst the rugged Hajar Mountains on the east coast of the UAE lies an oasis that oozes with life of various forms. Chirping and tweeting birds, mangrove trees and the serene blue water welcome you as you enter a unique ecosystem that is known as Khor Kalba. Once a popular picnic spot, the five square kilometre green belt is now closed to the public, allowing conservation efforts to take root. In 2012 the site of Al Gorm and Al Hafiye, as it is official called, was declared a protected area ...  >>MORE

HH Sheikh Khalifa's Houbara conservation strategy boosted by Qatar cooperation

Posted on 17/02/2014

1,065 Asian Houbara from the International Fund for Houbara Conservation's (IFHC) world-leading captive breeding programme have been provided to a breeding centre in Qatar. The Rawdat Al Faras Houbara Breeding Centre received the birds in order to establish a full breeding flock in the Gulf country. The provision of the birds to another country for captive breeding represents a considerable expansion of the President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan's strategy to ensure that ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo celebrates successful breeding of Speke's Gazelle

Posted on 11/02/2014

Al Ain Zoo has successfully bred the Speke's gazelle, following the introduction of two male Gazelles from Wadi Al Safa Wildlife Centre in Dubai. The Speke's gazelle is classified as an endangered species according to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Red List, issued in September 2008. Al Ain Zoo's Speke's gazelle herd appeared to be derived from a founder group with no new genetic contribution from new founders; therefore the zoo looked to introduce a new blood line ...  >>MORE

Ruler of Sharjah launches Arabian Leopard conservation programme

Posted on 07/02/2014

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, yesterday announced the launch of an initiative for conservation of the Arabian Leopard in the Arabian Peninsula. Sheikh Sultan, who launched the initiative during the 15th annual Conservation Workshop for the Biodiversity of Arabia, said the initiative invites researchers, stakeholders and international organisations to protect the Arabian Leopard in its few natural habitats in preparation to release ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo leopard matched with soulmate

Posted on 29/01/2014

Al Ain Zoo has introduced Qais, a critically endangered Arabian leopard adopted in September2008 , to Lubna, a female Arabian leopard living in Al Bustan Zoological Centre in Sharjah. As part of its commitment to conserve arid land species and provide them with an environment similar to that of the their natural habitat, Al Ain Zoo adopted Qais from the Breeding Centre for Endangered Arabian Wildlife in Sharjah at the age of four. Over the years, Al Ain Zoo dedicatedly raised Qais to become a ...  >>MORE

Ruler of Sharjah releases herd of Rhim gazelles into Kalba Mangrove reserve

Posted on 28/01/2014

H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Mohammed Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, yesterday released 8 Rhim gazelles into a protected Kalba mangrove. He also attended the launch of the first two artificial nests for eagle (fish eagle) in the UAE. Sheikh Sultan toured the reserve, where he inspected the future projects. Hana Saif Al Suwaidi, Chairperson of the Sharjah Environment and Protected Areas Authority (EPAA), said the Ruler of Sharjah had released in the first phase 38 ...  >>MORE

Capture the Moment at Al Ain Zoo

Posted on 21/01/2014

Al Ain Zoo has kicked off its photography contest for the third consecutive year. Both amateur and professional photographers can enter the 2014 Photography Contest at Al Ain Zoo by capturing candid zoo moments on camera until 28 February, 2014 with the option to submit up to three photographs per participant. Animal lovers are encouraged to get creative and explore the zoo's various exhibits and activities, whether to photograph animals, plants, mammals, the bird show, or more. Juries from ...  >>MORE

Walkathon to raise funds for animal welfare

Posted on 21/01/2014

The Animal Project, a group of people dedicated to animal welfare, is organising a fund raising walkathon to improve the situation for stray animals. It is called ‘The Animal Guardian Angels Walk'. We are organising this event on January 31, from 8.30 to 10.30am outside Al Safa Park. The anticipated number of people attending ranges between 200 to 400. Participants can come, register, donate to their heart's content and walk a round of the park in support of humane solutions in managing the ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi islands paradise for birds

Posted on 21/01/2014

Last weekend, I spent a happy few hours wandering around two of the islands close to Abu Dhabi. One, Habel Al Abyadh, is crossed by Sheikh Khalifa Highway that runs from Yas Island to Saadiyat. There are no slip-roads to permit access, but by a roundabout route one can reach the shoreline of the island and venture into the adjacent mangroves. The other island, to the north-east, is privately-owned but, with permission, can be reached by a short boat journey. It's close to the city yet ...  >>MORE

Abu Dhabi and Kazakhstan sign an Agreement of Cooperation on preservation of Houbara bustard

Posted on 20/01/2014

Representatives of the governments of Abu Dhabi and Kazakhstan yesterday signed an Agreement of Cooperation concerning the preservation of the Houbara bustard. At a special ceremony held in Abu Dhabi, the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC) and the Ministry of Environment and Water Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan agreed to 'protect, breed and restore' the wild Asian Houbara population. Under the direction of President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Al Nahyan ...  >>MORE

Al Bustan Zoological Centre, Al Ain Zoo join hands to save Arabian leopard

Posted on 15/01/2014

Tiny-framed Lubna got her last-minute ‘pedicure' and full body check up on Tuesday before getting sent off for her "arranged marriage” with her mate-to-be, Hectar — a partnership their caretakers were excited about. Lubna and Hectar are Arabian leopards that were carefully paired by experts at Al Bustan Zoological Centre, a privately owned zoo in Sharjah, and Al Ain Zoo. Both organisations aim to help save one of the most critically endangered species in the Arabian Peninsula, whose population ...  >>MORE

Volunteers start counting waterbirds across UAE

Posted on 15/01/2014

Birdwatchers started exploring wetlands across the UAE on Tuesday in search of waterbirds as part of a two-week-long International Waterbird Census (IWC). "January is the peak season of migratory waterbirds, that's why a census is conducted across the globe now,” a senior official who coordinates the census in the UAE told Gulf News on Tuesday. "If we count them in the beginning [late August] or the end [April] of the migration season, birds on stopover for one or two days will also be ...  >>MORE

Sharjah Desert Park sees more visitors

Posted on 07/01/2014

The park, which breeds rare and almost-extinct animals, attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors in 2013. Sharjah's Desert Park of the Environment and Natural Reserves is gaining in popularity and attracted a significant number of visitors last year. The park, which breeds rare and almost-extinct animals, attracted hundreds of thousands of visitors in 2013. Hana Saif Al Suwaidi, Chairman of the Environment and Natural Reserves in Sharjah, said the park saw a significant increase in the ...  >>MORE

Arabian tahr making comeback at Al Ain centre

Posted on 04/01/2014

Ten years ago, the fate of the endangered Arabian tahr — found only in Oman and the UAE — was bleak. But hope for the species was renewed when a dedicated centre in Al Ain stepped in to protect the goat-like species, with the ultimate goal of reintroducing them back into the wild. The Management of Nature Conservation (MNC) at the foothills of Jebel Hafeet in Al Ain now houses 345 Arabian tahrs, believed to be the world's biggest Arabian tahr population in captivity. The centre operates under ...  >>MORE

RAK CP releases houbara bustard at Banyan Tree nature reserve

Posted on 21/12/2013

H.H. Sheikh Mohammed bin Saud bin Saqr Al Qasimi, Crown Prince of Ras Al Khaimah, today witnessed the release of 48 captive-bred houbara bustards the Banyan Tree Al Wadi, by the Ras Al Khaimah Environmental Protection and Development Authority (EPDA-RAK) in collaboration with the International Fund for Houbara Conservation (IFHC). Sheikh Mohammed released the first bird, which is fitted with a satellite transmitter, as part of the President His Highness Sheikh Khalifa bin Zayed Houbara ...  >>MORE

Furry artists charm at Dubai Aquarium

Posted on 19/12/2013

Otters at the Dubai Aquarium and Underwater Zoo are giving artists in town a run for their money, their ‘abstract' paintings drawing huge crowds. As the four furry, small-clawed marine animals at the Dubai Mall aquarium wow visitors with their live masterstrokes at three daily shows till December 30, their works of art are being variously interpreted, even being picked up for Dh100 apiece and more. ‘Mallard Duck' by Cato ‘de Vinci'; ‘The Horse' by Diego ‘Picasso'; ‘The Frog' by Tiny ‘Monet' — ...  >>MORE

Al Ain Zoo to offer free entry for all on 19th - 20th December

Posted on 18/12/2013

Al Ain Zoo is to offer complimentary entry for all to the zoo on 19th and 20th December 2013. The initiative was announced on the occasion of the zoo commemorating its 45th anniversary this month, thus allowing guests to join in the celebrations. Guests who take advantage of the complimentary access can also take in the various activities of Arabian Month, which explores the region's rich history through traditional performances, culinary treats, and art work, all alongside the zoo's ...  >>MORE

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Mohammed bin Rashid issues decree establishing six wildlife sanctuaries in Dubai


Abu Dhabi and Jordan join forces to cooperate on conservation of Houbara


Jordan becomes latest country to welcome Houbara bustards from Abu Dhabi


100th Arabian tahr, and twin tahrs welcomed in Al Ain


Abu Dhabi uses conservation drones to monitor important species


The houbara must be saved for the sake of our culture and tradition


DM to observe migratory bird day


Two thousand captive-bred Asian Houbara released in Kazakhstan


Al Ain Zoo establishes new partnerships with Sahara Conservation Fund, Lewa Wildlife Conservancy


Al Ain Zoo launches Arabian Endangered Species Month


Abu Dhabi and Yemen sign cooperation agreement on conservation of Houbara


Al Ain Zoo welcomes new American Dwarf crocodiles


New display reveals the UAE’s night-time wildlife


Dubai Municipality photo competition to promote migratory birds


Al Ain Zoo launches video competition for individuals with special needs


Al Ain Zoo launches annual wildlife and nature programme


Al Ain Zoo celebrates African Month for second year


Al Ain Zoo’s conservation programme gets support


Al Ain Zoo welcomes 10 new flamingoes


ADEC launches campaign to produce artificial falcon nests


IFHC announces hatching of its first captive-bred Asian Houbara chick of the season


Al Ain Zoo completes successful animal exchange with Al Areen Wildlife Park in Bahrain


Sharjah breeding centre brings Arabian leopard back from the brink


With rain showers, Hatta comes back to life


Khor Kalba conservation efforts bear fruits


HH Sheikh Khalifa's Houbara conservation strategy boosted by Qatar cooperation


Al Ain Zoo celebrates successful breeding of Speke's Gazelle


Ruler of Sharjah launches Arabian Leopard conservation programme


Al Ain Zoo leopard matched with soulmate


Ruler of Sharjah releases herd of Rhim gazelles into Kalba Mangrove reserve


Capture the Moment at Al Ain Zoo


Walkathon to raise funds for animal welfare


Abu Dhabi islands paradise for birds


Abu Dhabi and Kazakhstan sign an Agreement of Cooperation on preservation of Houbara bustard


Al Bustan Zoological Centre, Al Ain Zoo join hands to save Arabian leopard


Volunteers start counting waterbirds across UAE


Sharjah Desert Park sees more visitors


Arabian tahr making comeback at Al Ain centre


RAK CP releases houbara bustard at Banyan Tree nature reserve


Furry artists charm at Dubai Aquarium


Al Ain Zoo to offer free entry for all on 19th - 20th December