See African elephants thriving at Sharjah Safari

Eudore R. Chand

SHARJAH 15 October 2022: H.H. Dr. Sheikh Sultan bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, met with the Sharjah Safari officials on Wednesday morning.

He was briefed on the project’s progress during the meeting.

Dr. Sheikh Sultan listened to an explanation regarding the various services and facilities, animal areas, and all future expansion plans.

The Sharjah Ruler was also briefed on the estimated level of breeding of the safari’s animals and the plans to get other rare and endangered species, which preserves their lineage, and allows visitors to learn more about them, said Wam

His Highness also inspected the elephant area, located within the Niger Valley at the safari, which includes a family of African savannah elephants.

Sheikh Sultan saw the elephants that were added to the herd and how they were adapting to the new environment. He also learned about the feeding methodology and how the elephants are adopting their new life.

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