The Red Sea state possesses a different and distinctive land wealth for the diversity of the environments in which it has different and unique objects and can be categorized into

Wild wildlife

A freely innate life

Wild Wildlife

Depending on the existing environments, they can be categorized as follows

◾red Sea Mountain Series

The mountain chain hosts a number of rare wildlife in the mountain ranges near the coast, with mountain goats and the usual deer, where they live in the foothills of the mountains and feed on mountain vegetation. In remote mountains far from the coast, such as Jabal al-Jar and JabalArba, there is a ram, and there is a deer (abu bouncy).

◾seasonal Audia

Like the valley of Things, the valley of Sasa, and the valleys around the metal-infested deer usually live and abound in areas north, west and south of the state.

◾coastal Zone

There are wild rabbits and endemic and migratory birds like a cat. The moon. The spring. and marine birds

Marine Wildlife

Consists of coral reefs, mangroves, sea grass sea grass, sea algae, sandy beaches and clay and the mouths of seasonal valleys in marine environments, organisms of environmental, economic and touristic value exist, such as

Sea turtles: There are two species, the Green turtle and the rocky turtle, and the Turtles live in the Suken archipelago and the island of Kharfee, estimated in 1989 by 3,500 people

Marine mammals: divided into two parts, the first section: represented by the free dugong of the endangered organisms that need to be protected, according to the World Federation for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN)

The second part is represented by two types of marine dolphins

Dolphin and dolphin with glass nose

Marine Protected Areas The following

Sungneb Marine Reserve

Located 35 kilometres north-east of Port Sudan, the ferry is a fully-enclosed coral atoll with a 6-kilometre oval, 2 km wide and a height of 800 metres from the sea floor. One of the most famous sea diving sites in the world is a large proportion of the most famous and diverse scenery and proximity to coastal villages and is intended for most tourists

Donnakab Bay Reserve and the island of Streptococcus

The east coast of the Red Sea, 170 km north of Port Sudan, has a surface area of 2808 km and has a number of islands, namely, the “M-Sharks”. Umm al-Tabque Tan-and the Saad Allah archipelago (efectivaes la tillaviagra) Two fishermen’s villages, Mohammad Said and Dandab in addition to other gatherings, are in the reserve

The natural resources of the reserve are as follows

coral reefs

Endangered Species: (Sea-water turtles)

Rare species are sharks and manga, which are located in large numbers especially in summer

types of economic value. The most important is the Umm al-Pearl in Dannakab Bay and Muhammad gol

The Dnakab Reserve is one of the three regions (Ibas) important birds areas on the Sudanese coast and there are migratory and endemic birds such as Nawras, Hawks, Ibis and Abu teaspoons

Main areas

toker Reserved area

The area was seized in 1939 in an area of 630.000 hectares and located along the coast south to Eritrea’s border south of the Toker Delta

Characterized by mountainous and desert nature, the area remained important in the bilateral government, where it was chosen as a government resort and residence in the summer season is for easy access by the railway station and is populated with fresh water.

Climate: Humid winter and hot summers, winter rains and clay soil

Highlands: A part of the Red Sea mountain range is covered with thick fog in the mountain peaks in winter times and the atmospheric humidity rises and the evaporation rate is lower

Plant group: Semi-desert plants such as Acacia Samar there are mangrove forests and seasonal herbs, the Yui Tree Cactus – and the Devil’s Tree – Tinnin

Animal group: In the mountains there are the Abu Hoppers and in the plains there are deer, wild luv, Wild Rabbits, fox, Cat Bird, mountain goat, deer habit, wolf-striped and reptiles. In the past there was a donkey monster, a deer and a teacher and these animals disappeared

Toker is an extension of the Arquet region of a geographical nature of no less importance than its Arquet and Opal local counterparts