A reserve for keeping rare animals has opened in Tajikistan07.07.2023 | 00:34 |
A reserve for rare animals opened on Wednesday in a picturesque place in the Shakhristan region of Tajikistan. The main focus of the authors of the project is on the European red deer and mountain sheep moufflon, Centralasia.news reports.
The total area of the reserve is 200 hectares, and the climate of the area is favorable for the cultivation of such species of animals. In addition to deer and moufflon, fallow deer also live there. The shelter's favorite – 30 heads of European red deer were brought in December 2022 from Belarus. The animals quickly adapted to the local climate and gave offspring. The herd has been replenished - there are already eight heads of offspring.
In the future, the new reserve may become a place of attraction for tourists and the basis for the development of eco-tourism in Tajikistan.