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Cheetah Rescue in Iran - 19 Jun 2008 
Cheetah Rescue in Iran - 19 Jun 2008 
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN-CHEETAH/
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, walks in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, sits in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN-CHEETAH/
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN-CHEETAH/
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN-CHEETAH/
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, sits in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN-CHEETAH/
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, walks in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Enviorment,... 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 17, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
IRAN-CHEETAH/
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June 19, 2008 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment,... 
Tehran, Iran 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Enviorment,... 
Kooshki, an Asiatic cheetah captured by a poacher as a cub and rescued by the Department of Environment, in his enclosure at the Pardisan Zoo in Tehran June 18, 2008. REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
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June 19, 2008 
Ali Akbar Karimi, Head of the Department of Environment office in Bafgh, scans the terrain for cheetahs... 
Tehran, Iran 
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Ali Akbar Karimi, Head of the Department of Environment office in Bafgh, scans the terrain for cheetahs in the Kuh-e Bafgh Wildlife preserve outside Yazd, 677km (420 miles) south of Tehran, May 20, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
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June 19, 2008 
A view of the Asiatic cheetah country in the Kuh-e Bafgh Wildlife preserve outside Yazd, 677km (420 miles)... 
Tehran, Iran 
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A view of the Asiatic cheetah country in the Kuh-e Bafgh Wildlife preserve outside Yazd, 677km (420 miles) south of Tehran, May 19, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
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June 19, 2008 
Biologist Houman Jokar (L) uses an antenna to scan the terrain for radio collars placed on leopards as... 
Tehran, Iran 
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Biologist Houman Jokar (L) uses an antenna to scan the terrain for radio collars placed on leopards as Ali Akbar Karimi, Head of the Department of Environment office in Bafgh points to the direction of the signal in the Kuh Bafgh Wildlife preserve outside Yazd, 677km (420 miles) south of Tehran, May 19, 2008. Iranian and Western wildlife experts are working together to save rare cheetahs from extinction in this arid, mountainous region, despite a nuclear row between their governments. To match feature IRAN-CHEETAH/ REUTERS/Caren Firouz (IRAN) 
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