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Zarafshan reserve


Located along the right bank of the Zarafshan River, in the southeast of the Samarkand region, the Zarafshan Reserve has a large territory - more than 2 thousand hectares of land. 

The tugai forests and the rare Zarafshan pheasant on its territory are strictly protected by the government of the country. 

Although the entire area of the reserve is tugai forests, in addition to tugai, fruit trees, willow, poplar, comb, sea buckthorn, reed, licorice, broom, goof and much more can be found here.

More than 24 species of mammals make up the local fauna, including fox, badger, jackal, toll hare, porcupine and various rodents.


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