Ammotragus lervia The Barbary sheep (Ammotragus lervia) is a species of caprid (goat-antelope) native to rocky mountains in North Africa. Six subspecies have been described. Although it is rare in its native North Africa, it has been introduced to North America, southern Europe, and elsewhere. It is also known in the Berber language as awdad, waddan, arwi, and arrwis. Barbary sheep are hardy animals perfectly adapted to thrive in arid and harsh conditions. These interesting mammals take advantage of food sources that other animals cannot reach and have been seen on the steep cliffs of the Moroccan High Atlas. They are easily identified by their thick spiraled horns, russet b...
Relations between Morocco and Saudi Arabia and UAE were much more robust Morocco has dismissed reports that it recalled its ambassadors to Saudi Arabia and United Arab Emirates as the Moroccan's Foreign Minister Nasser Bourita said, stressing that no Moroccan official has made such a statement. Rabat – International observers are following the recent developments in Saudi-Moroccan relations carefully. While some predict the tension is just a passing cloud, others suggest that Morocco should reconsider entirely its diplomatic ties with the Saudi government. Morocco, throughout its long diplomacy history, has its proper channels to make such announcements and does not rely on news agencies, he reportedly said. the start of the friction between Morocco and Saudi Arab
Pink Flamingo The Souss Massa National Park, was established in the year 1991 and is located near the city of Agadir in Morocco. There are many national parks in Morocco, but none provide a more spectacular variety of bird species than the Souss Massa National Park. Although the increase in population numbers does cause concern, the park and the Moroccan authorities have taken various steps to protect the wildlife and the habitat of the park. It's One of Morocco's most significant national parks and bird reserves, Souss-Massa stretches down the coast from Inezgane, a block of more than 330 sq km of protected land between the main north–south highway and the beach. It is a spectacular and wild place of cliffs, sand dunes, farmland, coastal steppes and forests.
In 1998, the Argan forest in Morocco was designated a UNESCO protected biosphere so argan oil is sustainable. Argan oil is produced from a the nut of the Argan tree, which only grows in Southwestern Morocco. Local Berber women work in fair-trade cooperatives where they hand-crack the nuts in between two stones, a technique they’ve used for centuries. Instead of being put through a machine, the raw kernels are hand-extracted from the hard shell, hand-ground in a stone grinder, hand-kneaded for hours and first cold-pressed into the oil. It takes one woman three days to make just one liter of oil. This is why argan oil is so valuable. If you heard of a golden elixir that promised better skin and hair and literally grew on trees, the too-good-to-be-true sirens w
The sand cat (Felis margarita), also known as the sand dune cat, is the only cat living chiefly in true deserts. This small cat is widely distributed in the deserts of North Africa, the Middle East and Central Asia. Starting in 2002, it was listed as near threatened on the IUCN Red List because the population was considered fragmented and small with a declining trend. It was downlisted to least concern in 2016. Owing to long hairs covering the soles of its feet, the sand cat is well adapted to the extremes of a desert environment and tolerant of extremely hot and cold temperatures.It inhabits both sandy and stony deserts, in areas far from water sources. In fact, watching it again, we're almost back to being convinced of the cartoon thing. But if we're to believe Panthera (and,