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Home to a variety of unique ecosystems, Qatar makes the perfect habitat for a plethora of diverse wildlife species that thrive in warmer temperatures in and around the terrains of the country.

From hosting humble migration hubs for flamingos to facilitating safe nesting areas for sea turtles the wildlife scenes in Qatar create a compelling spectacle for its visitors.


Fascinating flamingos

Every year during the winter season, hundreds of flamingos flock to Qatar's shores on their annual migration from Europe and Siberia to Africa. From November to April, you can catch a glimpse of the Greater flamingo, the largest living species in the flamingo family, averaging 110-150cm tall and ...


Arabian Oryx

With long spear-like horns, sharp and contrasting markings laid, the Arabian Oryx, is one of four species of antelope that lives in harsh desert environment and is native to the Arabian Peninsula. The national animal of Qatar, Oryx.


Whale sharks

Qatar is constant to the largest aggregations of hundreds of whale sharks in the country's northeast coast every year, creating a fascinating sight to behold. They meander in warm and shallow sea waters of the Northern coasts of Qatar, located about 145 kilometres afar the shores of the capital city, Doha. Whale sharks appear in schools of over 100-150 fishes at a time. 



Hook beaked and sharp visioned, Falcons are birds of prey, recognized as a species of the hawk family with strong talons. Undoubtedly a crucial part of the rich heritage and culture of Qatar, Falcons are highly honored and celebrated as the national bird of the nation. 

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