Preservation of Abr Forest

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The Abr Forest, or جنگل ابر (Jangle Amshee,) is located 250 miles west of Iran's capital city, Tehran. When translated into English, Jangle-Abr means 'The Cloud Forest.' One of the few regions to house such a climate, the Abr

Scenic shot of Abr Forest, or "Cloud Jungle." Photo courtesy of[[1]]

Ecological Makeup

Jangal-e Abr, or The Abr Forest, is called the cloud forest due to its ecological makeup. Cloud forests are usually consisted of subtropical temperature with constant hanging fog, or clouds, that sit at canopy level. [2]

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Talks of Road Expansion