10 places familiar to us pigeons replace exotic animalsPictolic
Just as we are accustomed to a huge number of pigeons on our streets, people in other countries are accustomed to their own "beggars". Who would have thought that in Thailand you suddenly can run up to a dozen monkeys, and in the town of Nara in Japan, people quietly side by side with herds of deer?
Here are a dozen amazing places inhabited by quite unusual for us, "pigeons beggars".
Rabbit island, Japan (© Fumie Friedl Matsunaka)
The main attraction of a small island Tokunoshima in Japan are long-eared locals — the numerous wild rabbits. This place is also known as rabbit Island, and it is home to more than 700 furry creatures that freely roam the site and happy to have contact with the people.
Herds of sheep, New Zealand (© Joe Gough / shutterstock)
New Zealand call Paradise for dreamers and... sheep. And this is no accident, because the population of 4.4 million people, the country has nearly 34 million sheep! That is, for each resident there about 8 sheep.
Farm iguanas, Honduras (© whittenfamily)
Roatan is a popular port of cruise ships, one of the most attractive tourist attractions of Honduras. But the main attraction of Roatan — farm, where hundreds of iguanas roam where they please and is always eager to beg treats from tourists.
The Fox village, Japan (© ShadowBun)
This magical Fox oasis called ZAO Kitsune Mura. The village is a mini-zoo, where more than a hundred foxes run free in all areas. Visitors can not only freely move around the Park, but also to feed the adorable foxes, observing some precautions.
Wild parrots, Spain (© Denis Kuvaev / shutterstock)
And in Spain, along with the usual doves, calmly fly and eat from the hands of passers-by with colorful wild parrots. Even their brightness raises the spirits!
Monkey, Thailand (© Smile19 / shutterstock)
Anyone who has ever been to Thailand, with a probability of 100% was met a wild monkey. Because in this country these exotic creatures can be found anywhere: they live not only in the jungle, but even on the beaches, in parks and calmly strolling around town.
Cat island, Japan (© animalinelmondo)
On the island Hashirajima Japan is home to a very small number of people, but roam hundreds of cats. The islanders feed the animals the fish and treat them with sympathy, but they do not hold. And why, if every morning you can pick up a new friend for the day.
Wild roosters, Hawaii (© Wendy)
The island of Kauai is a Paradise for chickens. They are forbidden to hunt except when they wander on private property. Birds roam freely everywhere: chickens driving along, or hatch the seed, and the roosters are always fighting.
The wildlife Park, Phillip island (© Natalia Pushchina / shutterstock)
This island is mostly famous for the penguin colony, which is inhabited by approximately 5000 winged residents. However, he generally boasts a variety of flora and fauna. This island is a home to wild Australian animals such as kangaroos, for example.
The city of deer, Japan (© Oliver Foerstner / shutterstock)
The Japanese town of Nara are taken over by deer: it is estimated, there live more than 1200 individuals. In fact, most of them live in the Park, but their walk through the city streets is not fiction. Some individuals may go beyond the Park and pester passers-by, begging for treats. Moreover, these lovely bullies are not afraid of people that can even persistently push them to the vending machines with crackers.