Iranian Cheetahs’ Population Declining Rapidly: ICS

The head of the Iranian Cheetah Society (ICS), a Tehran-based NGO, said the population of Iranian cheetahs, also known as Asiatic cheetahs, is undergoing a rapid decline despite all measures taken to save the endangered species.
Mount Damavand

Damavand: Highest Peek in Middle East, Highest Volcano in Asia

Mount Damavand, a potentially active volcano, is the highest peak in Iran and the Middle East as well as the highest volcano in Asia.

National Purebred Horse Festival Held in Iran’s Meybod

The three-day National Purebred Horse Festival was kicked off in the Iranian central city of Meybod, Yazd province, on Wednesday, August 24.

Hoz-e Soltan Salt Lake in Central Iran

Hoz-e Soltan Salt Lake is located 40km north of central Iranian city of Qom, 85km south of Tehran. The Lake, which is also known...

Italian Desert Explorer to Run in Support of Iran’s Lut Desert and Asiatic Cheetah

An Italian desert explorer is going to run the impassable tracks of Iran’s Loot Desert in an effort to voice support for the national project of “Lut and Cheetah”.

Rangers vs. Hunters: How Rangers Endanger Their Lives to Save Animals

Dena Biosphere Reserve in Western Iran is home to many valuable species of animals; however, the national park rangers have to risk their lives to stop hunters from killing animals and destroying the environment.

Bilqis Spring in Iran: Reminiscent of Prophet Solomon’s Palace

Bilqis spring, a recreational area in Charam County in Iran’s south-western province Kohgiluyeh and Boyer-Ahmad, with its mesmerizing beauty, evokes strong memories of the story of the Queen of Saba in Prophet Solomon’s palace.
Iranian cheetah

Images of 50 Endangered Species on Iran’s Sports Clothing

Iranian sport teams will appear in the Rio 2016 Olympics while, in addition to the Iranian cheetah, the images of 50 endangered species are going to be printed on their sports clothing, an official announced.
Medicinal Herbs

Medicinal Herbs in Iran’s Zagros Mountains

Zagros Mountains and Boroujerd region in Western Iran have great potentials for the growth of a variety of medicinal herbs. Here are Mehr’s photos...
Persian jay

Persian Ground Jay, Iran’s Endemic Bird in Lut Desert

Iran’s Lut Desert, which has lately been named as a world heritage site by the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), is home to Pleske's ground jay or Persian ground jay as an endemic bird of Iran, an official said.

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