Wild Life in Iran 11 (Urdu Documentary)



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When Spring Comes in Iranian Mountains then many tulips and flowers grows up and all hills becomes most pretty. There is also a stork known as Black Stork in Iran as it is black instead of having white. Its other name is Ciconia Nigra.a large wading bird in the stork family Ciconiidae. It is a widespread, but uncommon, species that breeds in the warmer parts of Europe (predominantly in central and eastern regions), across temperate Asia and Southern Africa. This is a shy and wary species, unlike the closely related white stork. It is seen in pairs or small flocks—in marshy areas, rivers or inland waters. The black stork feeds on amphibians and insects.

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Wild Life in Iran 10 (Urdu Documentary)



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This videos series is not only about Iranian wildlife but also tells about about Iranian civilization, culture and traditions even it will tell us how they design the carpets in north. This 10th episode will reveals the secrets of north in Iran. Parse or Persepolis, ancient Capital of Persian -Achaemenid- Empire.Fars is ancient name of Persian (Iran).  Wild Cranes are neighbors of humans.The nest of wild crane may be long 2 meters and width may be 3 meters. In September these cranes left Iran and migrate to India but people think they migrate to Makkah and they called it Haji Crane. These Wild cranes get food from rice crops and water ponds and rivers. Gilan province of the Iran is famous in cultivation of rice since 2000 years before. White Cranes also come in sides of Caspian Sea to Iran for reproduction their generations. The last destination of these birds is a pond known as Anzali Lagoon (also Anzali Mordab, Anzali Bay, Pahlavi Mordab, Pahlavi Bay or Anzali Liman). This pond is host for thousands of other creatures who come there after migration from other lands. Frogs, White Cranes , turtle, fish and Dragon Fly are only few names from thousands of creatures.

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Wild Life in Iran 9 (Urdu Documentary)



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In 9th Episode of Wild Life in Iran, team will go to record scenes of  Parse or Persepolis, ancient Capital of Persian -Achaemenid- Empire. Persepolis was Founded by Darius I in 518 B.C., Persepolis was the capital of the Achaemenid Empire. It was built on an immense half-artificial, half-natural terrace, where the king of kings created an impressive palace complex inspired by Mesopotamian models. The importance and quality of the monumental ruins make it a unique archaeological site.The magnificent ruins of Persepolis lie at the foot of Kuh-i-Rahmat (Mountain of Mercy) in the plain of Marv Dasht about 650 km south of the present capital city of Teheran.Persepolis was the example par excellence of the dynastic city, the symbol of  Achaemenid dynasty, which is why it was burned by the Greeks of Alexander the Great in 330. According to Plutarch, they carried away its treasures on 20,000 mules and 5,000 camels. What remains today, dominating the city, is the immense stone terrace (530 m by 330 m), half natural, half artificial, backed against the mountains. Recording team stayed there a while and took many scenes and then they also went to other ancient places in Asfahan city, where a Naqsh E Jahan Square is situated.

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Wild Life in Iran 8 (Urdu Documentary)



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Wild Life in Iran, now explores to Gulf of Persia, where team will go to record the life of animals, birds and other creatures living in island known as Nakhiloo (Also: Nakhilo, Nakhilu, Nokhailo) Island, located in southeast of Bushehr province of Iran. This island is very near to major Island known as Ommolkoram, its width is only 1500 meter comprising area only 60 Hectors. Here on this Island, team will record the scenes of birds who are living on this Island or they migrate from other world, stay here and leave this Island and migrate to other lands. The most birds living here are Crab-eating and Crested Lark etc. These birds know better that under the sand there is much cold so they make their nests under the sand for lying eggs. This Island is also an egg shaped. This island is also a nesting site.The Nakhiloo is also an secured land by Iranian govt for livings of this land and known as National Park Nakhiloo comprising land about 60000 Hectors. Ommolkoram (Also: Gorm, Ommolgorom) is an Island in Gulf of Persia.Its area is only 10 to 12  km2 surrounded by 14 km sandy beaches and south and east parts are best place for nesting of marine turtles. There are many Islands under control of Iran in Persian Gulf. After visiting and recording in Ommolkoram Island the team will move to another Island in Persian Gulf known as Qeshm. Total legth of this Island is more than 140 Km. Qeshm island is located opposite to port cities Bandar Abbas and Bandar Khamir.The island, which hosts a 300 square kilometer free zone jurisdiction.The average temperature on the island is approximately 27 °C. The warmest months are June through August, and the coldest from October to January. The average rainfall is 183.2 mm. The island comprises 59 towns and villages and the population is approximately 100,000. The local population is involved in fishing, dhow construction, trade and services. An additional 30,000 are involved in administrative and industrial workforce and students. Plans have also been made to build a bridge to connect Qeshm with the rest of Iran.

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Wild Life in Iran 7 (Urdu Documentary)



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Now 8th Episode of Iranian Wild Life is online, in this video team of recording will go to Iranian National Park and Secured Area of Karkheh. Its area of Jungle and river known as Karkheh river flowing around it which is main cause for life of all livings of this jungle. This area is located in Khuzastan. When Camera man with all his team went around the Karkheh jungle, he saw many kids and buffalo were bathing in river. Camera man recorded these scenes too. These buffalo are part of human civilization while these buffalo are savage but now buffalo adjusted themselves with humans and serving humans since many years in Iran, Pakistan, Egypt and many other world. Many people of this area are from ancient Babylonian and Sumerian people. Usually they sail their boats in river water for fishing.There also another river flowing in this area known as Dez river where a dam was also constructed in 1963 by an Italian consortium.This dam is on Dez river in northwest of Khuzastan province very near to another city Dezful. This dam has 203 meter height ,is the world highest Dam. It was the biggest development project of Iran in time of its construction.

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Wild Life in Iran 6 (Urdu Documentary)



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6Th Episode of Wild Life in Iran now available here, in this episode team of recording will go to The Karkheh or Karkhen which is also called Gihon which is river and also mentioned in Bible, the Book of Daniel.This river is located in Khuzestan Iran, this river rises from Zagros mountains and passes west of Shush (also called Susa), this area is now protected by Iranian govt to save the livings of this Jungle. Eventually this river falls in Tigris just below the confluence with River Euphrates very close to Iran-Iraq border.Ancient names for the Karkheh should be treated as conjectural.The problem with the ancient names is that while the Karheh flows a mile or two west of Susa, another major watercourse flows parallel to the Karkheh within a few miles east of Susa. When these rivers are in flood stage, the entire area south of Susa can be flooded, as the waters of the two watercourses mingle. The watercourse a mile or two east of Susa, now called the Shaur, flows east between the Haft Tepe and Shaur ridges into the Dez River, north of where the Dez and Karun rivers merge. At some previous time, the Karkheh may have joined the eastern end of the Shaur. The timing of these changes is not known with any certainty.This area was ruined by humans before 3000 years. Another important place in this Jungle is ancient building was built in the ancient Mesopotamian valley and western Iranian plateau, having the form of a terraced step pyramid of successively receding stories or levels.This is an ancient Elamite complex also known as Chogha Zanbil. In month of July video recording team went to this jungle to record life of all livings of this jungle, there are a lot of wild animals in this jungle.
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