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The Lipar wetland (Pink Lagoon) is located along the Chabahar coastal road to Goetar on the coast of the Amman Sea. This lagoon is located in the gorge and rocky hills overlooking the mountain. In the wetland, Oman Sea water stays stationary and provides an area that is suitable for the life of plants and animals.
In the Lipar wetland, there are shoots and cheeks and animal species such as Chesnor, Flamingo, Chamim, White and Gray Hawks, Buckwheat, Tayyou, Jiroft, Eagle Dashti, Khutka, Dahlia and Peacock.
Beside this Dashtar wetland, the people of the area also refer to that bride. Dashtar in the Balochi language is said to be young girls who have not yet been married. The reason for this naming is the beauty of the area and its lush trees.
This wetland is proposed by Mr. Dadkarim Sheikh Zadeh who is a native of the area and from the village of Dembdov. With the help of the people and the personal budget and the support of the Ministry of Energy, he was able to construct the wetland in 1983 by providing agricultural machinery. And this wetland in the early days of construction and the good rainfall that it has been, it has long been the green area and migratory birds and non-native to the wetland. And due to the fact that the area has not had enough rainfall for several years, this wetland is becoming more and more unique every year. But the original originality is the same as the collection of surface waters flowing during rainfall. As well as the neglect of officials and government officials and the importance of not having been placed in the pond along with construction. And each time this wetland takes on a special form due to rainfall. This wetland causes the gas plant built in 2009 to be placed in a wetland basin where the authorities immediately open the water reservoir by cutting the crown (now they have 2 50-inch tubes) to understand the wetland, and water It will be thrown into the sea in less than a month. Which eliminates the green environment and the escape of birds and animals that have the right to live in this area.
The rocks and reds in Chabahar are among the spectacular views of the southern coast of Sistan and Baluchestan province, which surprises visitors.
The beauty of this phenomenon is visible in the Lipar Valley, where it is called Pink Lagoon.
The presence of large plant plantations in the region, the abundance of organic and mineral substances that are driven through rivers and gullies connected to the Gulf, will increase the biological production in some seasons, so that these factors, together with the sea currents derived from The Monsoon storms, which are unique features of the oceanic oceanic ocean, cause an increase in the number of plant plankton in the months following the Monsoon season, reaching its peak in December.
In Bahman, Esfand, Farvardin, Shahrivar and Mehr, we are witnessing a red tidal phenomenon in the Gulf of Gulf region, which is the main cause of the Nectiluca billionaire species, which is increasing significantly in the months of Bahman, Esfand and Farvardin.
The "Red Tide" or "Red Tide" process is one of the biological processes in aquatic environments that are occurring by plant plankton, which plays a major role in food chains and energy in aquatic ecosystems.
In the region, 93 plant plankton species, 31 planktonic species, 64 species of clams, 85 species of fishes, 24 species of crustaceans, 14 species of mybenthos and 46 different species of algae have been identified.
Sistan and Baluchestan - Chabahar - Lipar wetland