National Geographic Abu Dhabi to make series on Sharjah

A documentary in short episodes will showcase the emirate’s natural heritage. The premiere date is yet to be released.

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Abu Dhabi – TV channel National Geographic Abu Dhabi said it will make a documentary series featuring the biodiversity of Sharjah, in partnership with the Sharjah Government Media Bureau and the Sharjah Broadcasting Authority. The information was released by Dubai’s Arabian Business website. Pictured above is the Rub Al Khali desert.

The series will take viewers on a one-of-a-kind journey through preservation areas in the emirate. Sharjah Media Council chairman Sultan Bin Ahmed Al Qasimi will go over key environment conservation initiatives in the emirate over the last few years, under the administration of Sharjah ruler and UAE Federal Supreme Council member Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi.

The National Geographic Abu Dhabi series will comprise eight episodes lasting about three minutes each. Each episode will see Al Qasimi and a team of specialists highlight one aspect of Sharjah’s flora, fauna and habitats, including turtles and crabs, the Wasit Wetland natural reserve and the mountain regions of Al Hefaiyah and Al Dhulaimah.

The date of the premiere is yet to be announced. Find out more on the National Geographic website.

Translated by Gabriel Pomerancblum

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