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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of the summit Mount Damavand, Iran's highest peak and a potentially-active strato-volcano, in the country's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a close-up view of the summit Mount Damavand, Iran's highest peak and a potentially-active strato-volcano, in the country's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of Mount Damavand, Iran's highest peak and a potentially-active strato-volcano, in the country's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of Mount Damavand, Iran's highest peak and a potentially-active strato-volcano, in the country's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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A camper cooks food by a fire next to a tent in the Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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Campers sit together for a meal in the Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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An Iranian female hiker walks along a trail in the Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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Iranian hikers walk along a trail in the Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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An Iranian male hiker walks along a trail in the Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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A cow grazes while another walks along a road by the Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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Cows graze in Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of a tree in the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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Dogs are seen on the side of a road along with poultry near the Hyrcanian forests in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of the Hyrcanian forests, which were recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests, which were recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a general view of the Hyrcanian forests, which were recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows hikers on a trail by the Hyrcanian forests, which were recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of the Hyrcanian forests, which were recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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This picture taken on July 7, 2019 shows a view of the Hyrcanian forests, which were recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Alimestan in Iran's northern Mazandaran province. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)

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A cow grazes in Alimestan Forest, part of the Hyrcanian forests recently added to the UNESCO World Heritage List, in Iran's northern Mazandaran province on July 7, 2019. - UNESCO's World Heritage Committee voted on July 5 to add Iran's Hyrcanian forests to its World Heritage List, praising the area for its "remarkable" biodiversity. The ancient Hyrcanian forests in northern Iran, dating back up to 50 million years, run 530 miles (850 kilometres) along the coast of the Caspian Sea and are home to the Persian leopard and nearly 60 other mammal species, as well as 160 bird species. (Photo by ATTA KENARE / AFP)