Japan's Jigokudani Monkey Park is home to a population of wild, native Japanese macaque monkeys, which are often photographed playing in the area's natural hot springs and enjoying the snowfall that occurs several months... More »

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Japanese macaques, or snow monkeys, live between 41 degrees to 31 degrees North latitude in various areas of Japan. They live the farthest north of any type of monkey on Earth. More »

Monkeys generally reside in forests, high plains, grasslands and mountains. Many monkeys live in trees most of the time, but some kinds, including macaques and baboons, mostly live on the ground. More »

A glacier forms when a specific environment gets consistent snowfall throughout the year, causing the snow to accumulate rather than melt. The accumulation and compacting of snow by pressure eventually becomes glacial ic... More »

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As of November 2014, the National Weather Service website has three ways to check the snowfall of a particular area, including the Snow and Ice section of the National Climatic Data Center, local climate weather reports,... More »

The weather in Pigeon Forge, Tennessee is typically mild throughout the year, though summer storms are common, and snow is possible in winter. Temperatures in the hotter months usually range from 80 to 90 degrees Fahrenh... More »

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As of 2014, the population density of Japan is 873 people per square mile of land area. Japan has a total population of 127,380,000 people. More »