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Gallinules Filmed in Jabboul Moor for First Time.

Aleppo, North Syria, (SANA) -- Animal Protection Project in Syria has confirmed witnessing a huge number of Gallinules for the first time in humid areas in al-Jabboul moor near Aleppo, during filming a documentary of the most important birds living in the nature reserve in the region.

Director of the Project, Darm Tabbaa, said this minority of breeds were seen with different fresh colors, pointing out that it is the first time Gallinule birds are filmed, although they have already been registered in the list of the birds existing in the moist areas of Syria.

He pointed out that there are13 types subcategorized under the Gallinules, adding they are water-hens of the Radillae family living in marshes and moist and muddy areas full of plants.

This kind of birds spread in Euroep, Africa, Asia and Australia.

it has lately entered the United States of America.




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Publication:Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA)
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Date:Mar 16, 2011
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