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Prince Muhammad Al-Sudairy Center for the Breed of Reem Gazelles in Al-Qassim

Prince Muhammad Al-Sudairy Center for the Breed of Reem Gazelles in Al-Qassim


Prince Muhammad Al-Sudairy Center for the Breed of Reem Gazelles in Al-Qassim
Prince Mohammed Al-Sudairy Center is located in the al-Khafiat area in al-Qassim region. It was named by this name because the center's land and the herds of Reem gazelles on it were given to the Wildlife Authority by the sons of Prince Muhammad al-Sudairy to take over its management and development. The National Center for Wildlife, through the King Khalid Center for Wildlife Research in al-Thumama, maintains the herd of Reem gazelles, and develops their breeding program.
In 2018 AD, a breeding nucleus of Idmi gazelles was established in Prince Muhammad Al-Sudairy Center by transferring 32 Idmi gazelles from the breeding herd at the King Khalid Center, to be multiplied and to provide a supportive herd for the herd at the King Khalid Center.

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