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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
Tochal Mountain is located in the north of Tehran. This lofty mountain is approximately 4000 meters.
Sea Cow or Dugong
Dugong is an aquatic animal which lives in groups. It is hard to see this animal in day. You can see this animal near the Goatr Gulf southeast of beautiful Iran.
One of the most magnificent monuments of the early Achaemenid Era is a square tower like structure, referred to as Solomon’s Prison by Iranians.
Black Widow or Widow Spider
Black Widow is a fearful tarantula whose bite can kill every man!
Badab-e Surt Springs
Badab-e Surt is a collection of step-like travertine springs that are called colour springs, too. Badab-e Surt springs include two springs with waters that quite differ in colour, smell, taste and volume.
Reeg-e Jenn Region
Reeg-e Jenn is a vast desert with sand hills and horrendous quicksand in Semnan Province.
Iranian Cave Salamander
This salamander is nearly 30 centimeter long. It has teeth, too! Two rows of fine arch-shaped teeth! It is a calm animal and it doesn’t bite.
Old City of Meymand
Meymand is a 12,000 year old city in Kerman Province.
The Pallas’s Cat is one of the most mysterious and scarce wild cats in the north east of Iran and the world.
Genies’ Graveyard is a mysterious and frightful place in Sistan-Baluchestan Province.