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Apr 20, 2014

Wild Life in Iran 4 (Urdu Documentary)

In this episode of Wild Life in Iran, recording team stayed in a village known as Abbas Abad , Provice Semnan , Iran. They wished to record behavior of a Turkmenistaian Lizard, they artificially created a stage for that lizard but after many hours, lizard did not move. At last lizard moved and they record few seconds video. This lizard is so Cautious that it moved with a lot of care. After in door recording, they went out to out door in a desert to record natural and real movements of animals of desert. So they went to Abbas Abad Wildlife Refuge Having an area of 400,000 ha in eastern Isfahan Province, it is located between eastern longitudes of 53’ 52” and 55’8” and northern latitudes of 33’11” and 33’44”. This area is one of the most important Cheetah habitats and is one of the selected habitats for protection of CACP. Along with Asiatic cheetah, some other populations of endangered species includes sand cats (Felis margarita), Blanford’s Fox (Vulpes cana), MacQueen’s bustard (Chlamydotis macqueenii), jebeer gazelle (Gazella bennettii), Pleske’s ground jay (Podoces pleskei) and Peregrine falcon (Falco peregrinus) are living in this area. This area is located west of the Siahkouh National Park and Protected Area in Yazd Province (which is another important habitat of Asiatic cheetah).Other characteristics of Abbas Abad Wildlife Refuge are high altitude locations in the desert and a corridor between current and selected habitats of the cheetah. Also, this area includes a diversity of habitats including high altitude,mountainous,flat valleys,pastures,caves,and sand lands.

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