Electric fences to protect military sites, schools and universities from attacks by monkeys
Travelers contributed to the change of lifestyle monkeys provide food (Middle)
10/25/2013 - ISSUE 691
Abha - Abdo Asmari
The Director of Wildlife Research Center in Taif Ahmad trumpet, a package of solutions to address the problems of baboons gatherings in Saudi Arabia and attacking some urban communities, particularly in the southwest of the kingdom, and along the mountains Sarawat. Pointing out that it will coordinate with the competent authorities Kamarat the regions and the secretariats of cities and municipalities and branches of agriculture.
Trump told Asharq »that among those solutions put electrified fences on the sites and projects and sectors and vital military and civilian schools and universities, government departments and private actors projects and even homes. And give those fences signals that would prevent the entry of monkeys to those locations. As well as from among the solutions redesigned containers waste prevents the entry of monkeys inside and subsisting on waste that inside, and a study to find new locations for the objectives of the waste that collects them monkeys, and to prevent parents from providing food for the monkeys at sites later turned into places of gatherings provoke trouble and worry transients.
Trump pointed out that the problem of monkeys are back in the foundation not to develop solutions to environmental problems during the boom of the seventies, and start road projects and urban expansion and the establishment of projects, making the problem is inherent and deep and difficult solution only with the participation of all sides. And on the smuggling of animals, he stressed that there is coordination to prevent it through the Saudi-Yemeni border, referring to adjust the number of introduced predators smugglers they were going to be traded and sold within the Kingdom, and have been confiscated, and the Authority on sponsorship. He pointed out that most of the animals come from Africa.
This article was published in the printed newspaper Asharq No. (691) Page (4) on (25/10/2013)