Nature

The Hijaz Mountains and the Red Sea are home to an abundance of flora and fauna including rare species such as dugongs, wildcats and green and hawksbill turtles. The lagoon contains 175 different species of coral and 195 species of fish, while endangered sea-birds such as the sooty falcon and crab plover populate the skies. Preservation of these habitats and species is central to the project's development, as 75% of the islands will be left untouched with nine designated as special conservation zones.

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THE RED SEA

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AMAALA

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Sustainability

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