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Most of the sun-scorched peninsula is arid and almost barren, but not the coastal Dohar mountains at both sides of the Oman-Yemen border. It has a much richer wildlife, including some rare species, such as the Arabian wolf and Arabian leopard. The sea is even richer, including the only whale species which doesn't migrate to colder waters. The key are the Indian monsoons, which pull away warm water and thus cause cold to rise from the deep with abundant nutrients.
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