This is a comparatively vast wetland which lies in the south western territories of Khuzestan. Crossing Shadegan, the Jarahi River adjoins this wetland. Birds, reeds, papyrus and salt are found here. A kind of herb which favors humidity and locally is known as "Cholan" grows here and is utilized by the natives of Hoor.
Shadegan is one of the southern townships of Khuzestan province. Its center is the city of Shadegan which is located at 971 km. from Tehran. It experiences a warm and desert like climate. The old name of Shadegan was "Soroq" and its central government ...
The Gomishan Wet Land due to its sparse varieties of hydro-plants is an important and valuable genetic resource for protecting birds, water species and aqueous plants. This ...MORE
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