Last week after heavy rains, the Egyptian Environment Ministry released a statement on their Facebook page warning that "unusual" animals were fled away from the forest reserve in the eastern Cairo forest, because the forest was partially disrupted.
The Ministry urged residents to tell strange animals if they are near their neighbors.
"The Ministry of Environment calls urgently to review any unusual creatures in the places of residence, especially in the area around the forest fences in Cairo," the statement reads.
The Ministry emphasized that precautions were taken in order to determine the zoology and determine which animals to escape.
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Natural Forest Reserve in New Cairo, Egypt, April 26, 2018 (Photo: Official Facebook Ministry of Environmental Protection of Georgia)
"The search did not find any kind of reptile trail along the reserve boundaries, especially in fence areas where the reptiles could come out."
However, white ants fled in the reserve. Most of them found and trained only on the fence.
The renewed search backup is planned around Saturday, the ministry adds.
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Egypt's new Egyptian capital, Egypt, on April 26, 2018 (the Ministry of Environmental Protection of Egypt), as a result of floods caused by floods,
The exact weight loss caused by rain is determined by the technical committee. The Committee shall also set the deadline for repair works.
At the same time, the work is going on in another natural reserve, Wadi Degala, in Mada, on the southern coast. The work began to rehabilitate on the way to reserve traffic, after several rains were destroyed during heavy rain, the ministry said.
During the last five days, the new Cairo flooded the unexpected wave of strong snow, which leads to flooding of roads and apartments, except the closure of highway highways.
The event triggered anger among some Egyptians, and led by President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi to express his sympathy on Thursday for the suffering of Egyptians after the weather and promised that the government would increase its efforts to prevent such damage in the future.