Gazelle Al Reem


In Qatar, the Sand Gazelle became extinct in the mid-1950s due to hunting, but have been reintroduced into reserves, such as the Ras Abrouq Peninsula, and are now thriving.




Gazelle inhabit desert and semi desert areas, including sand seas. They are highly nomadic, travelling large distances for suitable forage. The extreme heat of this environment limits their feeding to the early morning and evening. Most of their water requirements are met from dew and plant moisture.

Length: 120-95 cm

Tail length: 13-17 cm

Weight: about 30 kg in males, less in females

Horn length male: 20-30 cm

Horn length female: 10 cm

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