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List of animals in Japan. Jump to navigation Jump to search. Animals In Japan. Ussuri brown bear. Sable. Sea otter. Japanese hare. Daubenton's bat. Japanese serow. Mammal. Amami rabbit; Asian particolored bat ... List of mammals of Japan; References ...


This Japanese Giant Hornet was photographed on a balcony in Tokyo. They are the world’s largest hornets, and can be more than four centimetres long, with a wingspan of over six centimetres. Statistically it’s Japan’s most dangerous wild animal, as around forty people each year die of anaphylactic shock after being stung.


Information about the animals living in Japan is brought to you by "List of countries of the world", your first stop in discovering all countries and animals of the world. The animals displayed on this page are grouped in their scientific order. View also countries of the world ordered by:


The wildlife of Japan includes its flora, fauna and natural habitats. The islands of Japan stretch a long distance from north to south and cover a wide range of climatic zones. This results in a high diversity of wildlife despite Japan's isolation from the mainland of Asia.


Threatened Species. Threatened Species: The following list includes all mammals which occur in Japan and are rated as Critically Endangered (CR), Endangered (EN) or Vulnerable (VU) in the 2004 IUCN Red List of Threatened Animals.. Critically Endangered: . Bonin Fruit Bat (Pteropus pselaphon).(Endemic to Japan.)Gloomy Tube-nosed Bat (Murina tenebrosa).(Endemic to Japan.)


What Kind of Animals Live in Japan? Japan has over 130 different land mammals, 600 bird species and various reptiles, fish and insects. Much of Japan contains forest-covered mountainous terrain, which has not been developed for human habitation.


Facts, pictures and information all about Japan's wildlife and the animals that live in Japan. Complete with a comprehensive list of animals native to Japan.


A list of Japanese animals. Japanese macaques are known to bath in hots pring pools during the cold winter months. Japan is blessed with rich nature that reflects its history. Its geological history has given it an extraordinary flora and fauna. Japan has a diverse habitat that supports rich species ...


Learn Japanese Animal Names and Phrases. This page should act as a good reference for those who are looking for a place to build on their basic Japanese vocabulary - especially when it comes to learning about Japanese animal words and phrases.


extinct and endangered species and japan as a biodiversity hotspot ANIMALS AND ENDANGERED ANIMALS IN JAPAN Iriomote wildcat The entire archipelago of Japan was declared a Biodiversity Hot Spot in 2005 because it is rich in unique animal and plant life and because this unique animal and plant life is threatened by the encroachment of people.