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September 24, 2014
Updated: September 24, 2014 04:00 AM
Ras Al Khaimah Zoo opened its doors for the first time yesterday, with its owner and residents confident it will help boost tourism in the emirate.
The zoo, located in Al Dagdaga, is owned by Jasim Ali, general commander of RAK Police, and the first phase of the project has so far cost Dh6 million.
The zoo features African lions, white lions, white tigers, a rare golden tiger, panthers, wolves, deer and birds.
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