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If you haven't been surprised, we are sure will be surprised when you visit The Marine And Wildlife Museum - Lebanon, Jeita - Jeita Grotto Main Road. Welcome to the world's unique museum as classified by the National Geographic Society. For more than twenty years the owner Dr. Jamal Younes has been diving the depths of the seas in search of its treasures and wonderful creatures. Today his collection of over two thousand species is displayed at The Marine And Wildlife Museum of Jeita. All that you will see is the biggest and finest in the world. This will be a once in a lifetime to see face to face the wonderful land and sea creatures of Lebanon. Marine Life Present: -Giant Shells -Sharks And Dolphins -Molluscs -Echinoderms -Soft And Hard Coral -Sponges Wildlife Present: -Reptiles -Mammals...
The wildlife of Lebanon is the flora and fauna of Lebanon, a country at the eastern end of the Mediterranean Sea.The country has four main geographical areas: the coastal plain, Mount Lebanon, the Beqaa Valley and the Anti-Lebanon Mountains.The climate is Mediterranean, the coastal parts having hot humid summers and cool wet winters, and the elevated areas inland having colder winters with snow that lingers on into the summer.The country offers a variety of habitats for wildlife including mountains, valleys, marshes, coastal plains, salt marshes and sea coasts. ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- About the author(s): Sadalmelik License: Public domain Author(s): Sadalmelik (https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/User:Sadalmelik) ---Image-Copyright-and-Permission--- This channel is dedicated ...
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Hunting was outlawed in Lebanon more than 20 years ago but millions of birds are still hunted illegally every year. The government now decided to start issuing licenses for recreational hunting, prompting wildlife protection activists to challenge it. Environmentalists fear the move will have dire impact on bird populations. Al Jazeera’s Imtiaz Tyab reports from southern Lebanon. - Subscribe to our channel: http://aje.io/AJSubscribe - Follow us on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AJEnglish - Find us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aljazeera - Check our website: http://www.aljazeera.com/
Hyena one of the Endangered Species (Extinction) in Lebanon, due to many tales, that showed this animal as a monster. While in fact it is one of the most dastard animals and cadaver its main and only food. Interview with Dr. Mounir Abi Said (biodiversity management / mammalogist director)
Adventurer Yahya Ghalayini will be dropped in various wilderness locations to show you how to survive. Twitter account: @SurvivinTheWild gmail account: email@example.com
I created this mini video displaying the beauty of summer season in Lebanon including beaches, rivers, natural parks, and timelapses all in 4K: Manara Okaibe Chekka Amchit Tripoli Moukhtara Joz river Rechmaya Falougha Rachayya el Foukhar Lehf Litani Chouf Faqra / Chabrouh Ain Dara Jabal Moussa Aqoura
Thank you for everything you have helped Animals Lebanon achieve over the last six years. Because of your support we have been able to achieve major successes for all animals. 2011 saw us drafting and campaigning to enact the animal protection and welfare law. In 2013 we successfully lobbied to have Lebanon join an international convention protecting more than 5,000 species of endangered animals. Just last year we won the first court case recognizing the legal rights of animals. Over the last seven years we have helped tens of thousands of homeless cats and dogs, and many more animals that we will never forget.
Animals Lebanon was able to close this zoo down and place most animals. We need your help now to be able to give these animals what they have been denied for so long. Please go to www.animalslebanon.org/contribute.aspx to donate now. Stay tuned to see part two where we rescue all of the animals!
Arabic/Nat A Lebanese man has turned his home into a cheetah sanctuary As the world's growing human population continues to steal habitat from fragile, endangered species, one big cat enthusiast has taken matters into his own hands -- in a most unlikely place. 50-year-old Assad El-Khoury is making the most of his home in Beirut, sharing the space with five leopards. The very thought of cheetahs can bring fear to the hearts of those wary of these wild carnivores. But at the home of Assad El-Khoury, five cheetahs have been welcomed as domestic pets -- and so far at least, they're fitting well into this unusual role. El-Khoury, who is involved in Djibouti's gold and diamond trade, brought the animals to Lebanon after falling for their charms while on assignment. Hi...
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it wasn't the first time this wild jackel approaches to me during this thrush turdus tordo hunting trip in Lebanon.. of course we don't shoot these kind of animals, i shot it with my gopro camera on gun mount صيد السمن في لبنان ابن اوى (واوي) يقترب مني اثناء رحلة صيد سمن في لبنان ولم تكن اول مرة في الرحلة لكن هذه المرة التقطه بالكاميرا
Beirut's National Museum has opened its basement of ancient treasures for the first time in four decades to let the public see its stunning array of funerary art, including the world's largest collection of anthropoid sarcophagi.
For the past four years, a Lebanon woman has cared for several wildlife animals but is being forced to move the animals out by the end of September.
As the snow slowly melts, flowers bloom and streams flow all over Lebanon during Spring: * Baakline and Moukhtara in Chouf * Mchikha farm trail * Jabal Moussa biosphere * Qaraoun, largest lake in Lebanon * Rachayya at the bottom of Mount Hermon * Taanayel park and farm * Kfar Zabad and Aammiq wetlands * Jezzine waterfalls * Bekassine, largest pine forest in the middle east * Ouyoun el Samak waterfalls * Wadi Jhannam, or Hell's Valley * Baanoub and the organic farm * Baskinta literary trail
In Lebanon, this adorable lion cub was rescued from a balcony in downtown Beirut! More and more lion cubs are being smuggled into Lebanon to be kept as private pets, but unfortunately they rarely receive the care they need! Thats to animal welfare organisation like Animals Lebanon, these animals are being cared for. Click to subscribe for more cute videos: http://bit.ly/ZqphqC Why don't you come and join U-zoo to stay up to date with our videos and other animal stories: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/uzooanimals Twitter: http://bit.ly/1v8vrbG Google+: http://bit.ly/1rsHXMN Tumblr: http://bit.ly/1sCFYef Instagram: http://instagram.com/uzoouk . . Please download the free KidSafe Tube app for more videos with remote parental control - http://apple.co/1InEAkq
The Ammiq Wetland (100 hectares) is the last significant wetland in Lebanon,a remnant of extensive marshes and lakes that once covered parts of the Beqaa Valley. This natural spot remains an important staging and wintering area for migratory water birds en route between Europe and Africa. Reed beds of Phragmites sp. and Typha sp. dominate, interspersed with open elds of coarse pasture. The site has been designated as an Important Bird Area (IBA). Notable species include the globally threatened Black-winged Pratincole, Ferruginous Duck, White Pelican and Great Snipe. The Ammiq Wetland is a popular outdoor recreation area that is part of the Shouf Biosphere Reserve since 2005. Source of information: http://www.shoufcedar.org/ammiq-wetland.html Shouf Biosphere Reserve website Keywords: Pro...