Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Hokkaido Japan

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Hokkaido is home to vast stretches of wetlands that are rarely found in Japan. The wetlands were formed from the deposition of plants under Hokkaido’s cold climate. 
As these areas posed a challenge for human development in the past, the wetlands have been preserved in their original form since primordial times. Today, the wetlands also house a large number of special natural monuments, as well as rare animal and plant species.

There are about 1,200 Red-crowned cranes living in the city of Kushiro Wetland Hokkaido, Japan.

 It is a paradise for rare breeding birds. large-scale hunting by human beings and rising sea levels, the Kushiro wetlands reduced year on year. And habitat of Red-crowned cranes are also much reduced.


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