How this man is helping animals
In the past, Nader Reza Nouri was the former manager of the Tehran Metro and the builder of wartime shelters, including the Prime Minister's Shelter. After retirement, he became familiar with animals and now he has turned the greenhouse of his mother's 70-year-old house into his home. Each of the animals of Nouri House has its own story. The Nile crocodile was taken from the smugglers at the border of Iraq and handed over to him. Sadaf was a pelican that had arrived in Iran from Canada and was handed over to him shot and unwell, and the huge snakes in the glass case and the big aquarium were also in his own hands. hatched Outside the walls of the house, there are more strange animals.