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Japanese Endangered Species : Ptarmigan

Grouse is a bird widely distributed from Eurasia to North America. It is also said to be the most adaptable bird among the ptarmigans. This bird has a very wide range of habitat, but if you look at the area, there are places where it seems to be extinct. In Japan, this bird is designated as an endangered species, mainly in the Chubu region. Some of them have already been confirmed extinct.
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Japanese endangered species : Amami Thrush 

Giant tiger thrush is a member of the thrush family that breeds only in Amami Oshima, Kagoshima Prefecture, Japan. It is the largest bird among the tiger thrushes. Today, it is endemic to Amami and the Kakeroma Islands, and this bird is known to be endemic to Japan. The giant tiger thrush is designated as an endangered species due to deforestation and deforestation. Conservation efforts are underway in Japan, and the bird's population is slowly starting to recover.
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Japanese Endangered Species : Yellow-margined box turtle

Semaru box turtles are small and very cute turtles that live in Japan, China, and Taiwan. With a body length of just under 20cm, it looks very small. There are two types of box turtles, the Yaeyama box turtle and the Chinese box turtle, which live in various parts of East Asia. Semaru box turtles, which live in Japan, are in danger of extinction and are designated as an endangered species. Furthermore, it is also listed in the Washington Convention Appendices, and exports are restricted.
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[Animal sightseeing trip: Cat Island] List of cat islands in Japan

Japan is known as one of the top cat tourist destinations in the world. The reason is the large number of cat island spots. Many people do not know that there are many islands called cat islands, from Tashirojima in the north to Taketomijima in the south, but many people are surprised at the number of cat spots. CNN, an American media, has announced the world's 6 big cat spots, and Japan has 2 of them.
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[Animal Tourism Trip: Cat Island] Japan: Megijima, Takamatsu City, Kagawa Prefecture

Megijima is one of the cat sightseeing spots in Kagawa Prefecture, and is a famous animal sightseeing spot along with Ogijima and Sanagijima. It is possible to go to Megijima by ferry from Ogijima, and the distance is very close. The island has only about 150 inhabitants, but it is said that there are as many as half that number of cats.
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Endangered species of Japan : Japanese badger

The Japanese badger is an animal that belongs to the genus Badger of the Mustelidae family and is widely distributed in Japan. Badgers are very famous in Japan, and although they live widely in rural areas, they often hibernate in winter. The Japanese badger is a badger endemic to Japan, and its population is still stable. However, it is already designated as an endangered species in some areas, and it can be said that the Japanese badger is in a critical situation in certain areas.
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Endangered species in Japan : Mandarin duck

Mandarin ducks are birds that live in Japan, Korea, and Russia. Mandarin ducks have now been introduced to America and Europe, but they are originally from East Asia. It is a very colorful bird from the outside because it has beautiful colors such as flashy crest feathers. Mandarin duck populations are stable in East Asia as a whole, but in Japan they are designated as an endangered species in various parts of the country, and the possibility of extinction is high in some regions. .
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Japanese Endangered Species : Ezo pika

Ezo pika is a kind of pika that can only be seen in Japan. This rabbit can be seen in Hokkaido's Kitami Mountains, Daisetsu Mountains, Yubari Mountains, and Hidaka Mountains. Despite its small body, it is a very tough animal that has survived in the cold environment of Hokkaido. Their short ears make them look more like guinea pigs than rabbits. It is known that the Ezo pika population has been declining in recent years, and it is designated as a near-threatened species.
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[Animal Tourism: Cat Island] Japan: Ainoshima, Fukuoka Prefecture

Ainoshima is a cat island in Fukuoka Prefecture, Japan. Ainoshima is so famous that it has been designated as one of the 6 biggest cat spots in the world. It is a popular tourist destination not only in Japan but also for people from all over the world, and is also called a paradise island for stray cats. Since it was also featured on CNN news in the United States, it has become a popular tourist destination.
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[Animal Tourism: Cat Island] Japan: Kudaka Island, Okinawa Prefecture

Kudaka Island is known as the sanctuary of Ryukyu and is known as the cat island. It is an island near the main island of Okinawa and is also known as an island with many tourists. The cats on this island are so accustomed to humans that they don't get angry when approaching or touching them.
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