Prague Zoo has a long history of caring for endangered species which goes back to the 1930s. In particular the critically endangered Przewalski’s horse – the Mongolian Takhi. As a result of this historical connection and their ongoing conservation work they have a Memorandum of Understanding with the Mongolia Ministry of the Environment to work in the Great Gobi Strictly Protected Area “A” – the only habitat of the wild camel in Mongolia and the home to other endangered and strictly endangered species. Prague Zoo concluded a Memorandum of Understanding with WCPF in September 2018. As a result of this MOU they have generously supported the WCPF camera trap project in Gobi “A” and given excellent advice based on extensive experience on the fence and structure of the wild camel breeding centre at Zakhyn Us. WCPF looks forward to continuing to work with Prague Zoo.