Ahvaz (IP) - Hur al-Azim Wetland is the largest border wetland in Iran, covering ​​more than 120,000 hectares in the Dasht-e Azadegan region of Khuzestan province southwestern of the country.

Iran PressIran news: Hur al-Azim Wetland has an irreplaceable role in the economic functions and livelihood of the residents of this wetland. Hur al-Azim Wetland is also significant in terms of dust control, and its preservation is essential.

Hur al-Azim Wetland is the beating heart of people's lives, environmental protection, and tourism development. Still, these days, drought and lack of water supply have lost some of their primary functions, and it is necessary to pay attention to this wetland.

The water intake of Hur al-Azim Wetland is critical due to the lack of water inlet and the water condition of dams, and the emptiness of reservoirs. Currently, the intake rate of Hur al-Azim Wetland is 60%.

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Photo by Ali Moarref
Photo by Ali Moarref
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Photo by Ali Moarref
Photo by Ali Moarref
Photo by Ali Moarref
Photo by Ali Moarref
Photo by Ali Moarref
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