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Japanese Wildlife and Conservation Leaders Kobe Animal Kingdom and Nasu Animal Kingdom Join Species360

Tetsuya Sato-san, President of Nasu Animal Kingdom and Kobe Animal Kingdom, demonstrates traditional Japanese falconry at the 2018 annual International Aquarium Congress held in Fukushima, Japan. (Photo: Peter Donlon)

We are pleased to welcome leading Japanese conservation and zoological institutions Kobe Animal Kingdom and Nasu Animal Kingdom to the Species360 community.

The wildlife parks are members of the Japanese Association of Zoos and Aquariums and are active JAZA Conservation Committee members. They connect visitors with nature, provide educational programs, and offer direct experiences with wildlife. Among other leadership initiatives, Kobe Animal Kingdom and Nasu Animal Kingdom also are among six Japanese zoos helping to address deforestation and wildlife impacts in Southeast Asia and Borneo, as part of the Borneo Conservation Project.

Here are just a few of the indoor gardens, open areas, and species found within these beautiful parks.

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