February 10, 2022 is the first Arabian Leopard Day and it’s one of several initiatives to help save this critically endangered species from extinction. Central to the efforts is the work of the Royal Commission for AlUla — AlUla is the northwestern area of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia that’s making waves as a new eco and archeological international tourism destination.
There are only an estimated 200 Arabian leopards remaining in the wild. They’re the rarest and smallest of the world’s eight leopard species and are thought to be found only in Saudi Arabia, Oman and Yemen.
The Royal Commission for AlUla’s efforts to protect the
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