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  • Iranians back home by ships after coronavirus run down the flights

    Iranians back home by ships after coronavirus run down the flights

    Tehran, June 2, IRNA - About 2,300 Iranians, who could not return home by plane as the flights were cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic, arrived in the country from the United Arab Emirates (UAE) by ferries on Tuesday.

  • Firefighters race against clock to extinguish forest fire

    Firefighters race against clock to extinguish forest fire

    The photo album depicts Khaeez Mountains in Tang Sheikh Area of Behbahan city. Despite of the round-the-clock efforts taken by firefighters, people, officials and Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) and Army forces, the wildfire has not been contained yet. So, many forces are still at the scene. Khaeez with an area of 33,000 hectares was named as a protected place over two decades ago. Khaeez protected area is a unique habitat for wildlife including wild goats to live. June 2, 2020. IRNA/Ali Moaref.

  • Persian fallow deer breeding center in Iran

    Persian fallow deer breeding center in Iran

    Dasht-e Naz Wildlife Habitat is located 29 kilometers on the suburb of Sari in Mazandaran Province.The Habitat is 55 hectares and includes about 447 species of plants. The most significant animal species in the area are Persian fallow deer, red deer, roe deer, jungle cat, and Ring-necked pheasant. Dasht-e Naz Wildlife Habitat is selected for breeding Persian fallow deer. The birth of 10 Persian fallow deer brought the number of these deer in the habitat to 53.June 2, 2020. IRNA. Ehsan Fazli Osanlou

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