NatGeo Abu Dhabi to Soon Document UAE Biodiversity on Air
National Geographic Abu Dhabi channel will soon be airing a new documentary series based on the diverse flora and fauna of the United Arabs Emirates, it would also consist of steps and measures that can be taken to preserve the natural heritage of the country.
The five-part documentary series is titled as, “Explore Your Environment” will take the audience to explore the different protected areas in Abu Dhabi, additionally, it would also feature nearly 400 species of plants and migrating birds that pass through the UAE every year.
According to the Environment Agency- Abu Dhabi and the National Geographic Abu Dhabi, the marine habitats in the United Arabs Emirates, are also home to the densest populations of dugongs in the world and also the endangered Green Turtles and Hawksbills, three threatened species of ray, 240 species of fish and four globally threatened types of sharks.
The entire documentary would be narrated by Fahood Taymour, an Emirati explorer and Conservationist. Fahood has also visited renowned tourists destinations including the Bu Tinah Island, the Al Ghada Protected Area, Al Wathba Wetland Reserve and also the Jebel Hafeet National Park.
While highlighting the mission of the Environment Agency-Abu Dhabi, for conserving and protecting the environment, the narrator would also initiate in raising awareness about the environmental issues globally including ocean pollution, wildlife erosion and climate change.