Sanid Organization for Relief and Development currently contributes through the Environmental Protection Unit and the preservation of biological diversity in the Republic of Yemen, as the organization considers environmental protection to be a protection of natural resources and their sustainability for future generations. Among the contributions of the organization is the preservation of the ``Nelson`` eagle, The organization worked to return it to its original homeland. The organization is preserving the Yemeni endangered gazelle, and cooperating with zoos in working to care for the animals kept there, including the endangered Arabian tiger.
Yemen is distinguished by its geographical location between the continents of Asia and Africa, and by its different terrain, the multiplicity of its climate and the variance of its natural environments
Some of Yemen Reserve
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Preserving them from being Extinct, SORD Hands over Two Arabian Gazelles to the Zoo of…