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The red book lynx was filmed in the Charyn National Park

04 March 2021

The red-book Turkestan lynx was captured on video in the Charyn National Park.

The video was published on his Twitter page by the Minister of Ecology, Geology and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan Magzum Mirzagaliyev.

“I share with you a video from a camera trap that recently captured a red-book Turkestan lynx in the Charyn National Park. These images show the beauty of our wildlife. It is important to preserve this uniqueness, ” the head of the Ministry of Ecology wrote.

The Minister recalled that World Wildlife Day is celebrated on March 3.

“Today is World Wildlife Day. This day is designed to remind the whole world of the importance of protecting and protecting nature in all its diversity. Our country is rich in representatives of wild flora and fauna. Kazakhstan has more than 6,000 species of plants and 835 species of vertebrates, ” he wrote on Twitter. 13 million hectares of Kazakhstan’s land.

“Nature protection is our priority. Every year we participate in the environmental campaign “Saiga”, our inspectors fight against poachers every day, despite the weather conditions, and make an invaluable contribution, ” the minister said.

Information taken from the site Tengritravel.kz

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