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In the coastal strip of southern Iran, there are forests called mangrove forests, which bear no resemblance to other forests you have ever seen. Mangroves are like a theatrical scene that changes constantly and amazes us!
One of the best examples of these forests has been formed on Qeshm Island and has an area of about 200 km. Of course, in some other protected areas on the shores of the Persian Gulf and the Sea of Oman, there is also a mangrove or mangrove forest, but the mangrove of Qeshm is wider and more attractive due to its proximity to the residential areas of the island. It is about an hour from the city center.
The lifespan of the mangrove forest is 30 to 40 million years. For many years, the trees have been submerged in the sea, and with the onset of the tide, they emerge from the water. This is the secret of the charm of this forest.
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