Maral lives in pristine Arasbaran forests

July 12, 2017

Maral, the Iranian red deer, lives in pristine forests of Arasbaran, northwest of the country. Maral is one of the largest deer types that unfortunately has disappeared except for some survivors recorded in Arasbaran. However, the red deer occur literally from the shores of the Caspian Sea to the high alpine meadows of the Alborz Mountains. In 2006, a protected zone was created where now over 30 Marals live in their natural habitat fenced away inside a couple of large lands. ISNA/ Mostafa Ghorban Movahed

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