Nature and Wildlife

135mn-Year-Old Cave: A Mysterious Tourist Attraction in Iran

An ancient cave in southwestern Iran draws large numbers of tourists and cavers every year thanks to its mysterious nature.

Iranian Farmer Doing Best to Save Crocodiles from Extinction

A man in Sistan and Baluchestan Province in southeastern Iran has dedicated his life to saving mugger crocodiles.

Iran’s Beauties in Photos: Ramsar Boulevard

Ramsar or Moallem Boulevard, a symbol of the city of Ramsar in Mazandaran province, is one of the most beautiful roads in northern Iran, which links the sea, mountain and forest together.

Spring Has Arrived, but Winter Not Going to Leave!

It seems winter is not going to leave the northern Iranian province of Gilan even though the spring blossoms are showing off their beauty.

Iran Says Won’t Permit Development of Dolphinariums

Iran’s Department of Environment says it does not agree with the development of dolphinariums as animals should not be exploited for recreational purposes.

Tehran Hosts ‘Euphoric Garden’ Art Exhibition

The Iranian capital Tehran recently hosted an exhibition of paintings by Elham Nafisifar called “Euphoric Garden”.

Foreign Diplomats, Delegates Plant Saplings in Tehran

A group of foreign ambassadors and diplomatic delegates on Sunday planted saplings in Tehran's Book Garden to mark the National Week of Natural Resources.

Iran Leader Plants Two Fruit Trees on National Arbour Day

Leader of Iran’s Islamic Revolution Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei has planted two fruit saplings on the National Arbour Day and Week of Natural Resources.

Iranian Vets Perform First Feather Transplant

A group of Iranian veterinaries have successfully performed feather transplant on two pet birds in a clinic in Alborz province.

Iran’s Beauties in Winter: Khor Khor Waterfall

Khor Khor waterfall is located 22 kilometres south of Salmas, a city in West Azarbaijan province in northwestern Iran.

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