Another part of the Garden's path is being renovated – now it's the southern path's turn. Large rocks have been placed along the new path's edges in order to emphasize the natural look. 

The eggs of the spur-thighed tortoises began hatching at the beginning of August.

Our Nubian ibex are in the midst of shedding their coats. This is why their fur is hanging raggedly off them, as you can see in the photo. 

This year, the sea squills started to bloom quite early, with those at the entrance to the Garden blooming at the end of June.

Nubian ibex and sea squill

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