According to the Environment Authority, crows and minnows are on the rise in the country every year. It is estimated that there are 160,000 mines in Oman. In April, the Environment Authority formed a team to control their spread. Authorities have entered into an agreement with Susana Sowedra, an international expert on the prevention of bird flu. They have been visiting Salalah and Muscat and have begun initial plans to monitor minnows and crows.
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The eggs of other birds are destroyed by the minnows. This poses a great threat to nature. Mines are more common on farms and in populated areas. Menas are more common in the gardens and public parks of Salalah than in other places. Oman is making great efforts to resolve this issue.
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