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Iran's Wild Life
The series introduces the most amazing places and animals in Iran.
Jan 14, 2017 07:13 UTC
Iran's wild life (30)
Today we are going to Kamyaran, a picturesque town 65 kilometers away from Sanandaj, Kurdistan.
This wetland located in Kia Shahr Coast. In front of the coast there is a beautiful wetland called “Bujaq”. This wetland cuts the land link with the Caspian Sea.
Maranjab desert located in the north of Aran-Bidgol region in Isfahan Province.
The Stars Valley
The Stars Valley located in Qeshm Island south of Iran. It is a marvelous and beautiful landscape. The Stars Valley is known for this silence.
Iran’s Blind Cave Fish
The Blind Cave Fish is the only natural heritage of Lorestan Province. This heritage was registered as a national natural heritage in 2005.
Alimestan is a region which is known as Iran’s Green Gold. Alimestan is in Amol region, located in north of Iran.
Dolphins are mammals and a subspecies of the toothed whales. In some species of dolphins the teeth number more than 260.
Kerman Province’s steppe deserts are the habitat of the Brandt’s Hedgehog.
Kamtaal National Park
Kamtaal is one of the most beautiful regions of the East Azarbaijan Province. This region is located on the south banks of Aras River.
Naked-rumped Tomb Bats
The Naked-rumped Tomb Bats live inside the cracks of the palms. If you want to visit them you had better see the dark buildings, caves and fissures of stones.