10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

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Just as we are accustomed to not noticing pigeons, cats, and dogs scurrying around everywhere, so people in other countries treat other, more exotic animals. This compilation is about those places where you can easily meet a crowd of monkeys or a herd of deer on the streets and this will be the norm ...

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10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

1. Rabbit Island, Japan.

The small and cozy island of Okunoshima in Japan is known for a small fact: about 700 fluffy rabbits live on it, who roam freely around the island and are happy to contact tourists.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

2. Herd of sheep, New Zealand.

New Zealand is exactly the country where more sheep live than the human population. For every citizen of New Zealand, there are 8 sheep, and in total, this is 34 million sheep for 4 million inhabitants.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

3. Iguana farm, Honduras.

In the town of Roatan, which is a port for cruise ships and, accordingly, a very popular place among tourists, there is an iguana farm. Touching these wonderful animals or even treating one of them with a healthy treat is not difficult, because iguanas roam there wherever they please.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

4. Fox village, Japan.

A unique place in Japan called Zao Kitsune Mura, where hundreds of foxes run freely through the park and interact with people. All visitors to this park can safely and absolutely fearlessly move around the park, observing certain precautions.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

5. Wild parrots, Spain.

In Spain, along with the pigeons familiar to us, you can see colorful exotic parrots in a bright green color. Such a highlight not only surprises tourists but also brightens up the mood of even the saddest passers-by.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

6. Monkeys, Thailand.

In Thailand, monkeys are really mistaken for our pigeons. These fluffy beggars can be found everywhere: on the beaches, in the forests, just on the way to a cafe or shop. Those who have ever been to Thailand know that the monkeys there are not particularly trained in manners and therefore steal and beg from people for everything that seems attractive to them.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

7. Cat Island, Japan.

The island of Tashirojima in Japan is literally "teeming" with yard cats and cats. There are much fewer inhabitants here than fluffy purrs, and they willingly feed fluffy ones. It is logical that none of them keep cats at home. What for? After all, every day, going out into the street, you can meet a new friend.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

8. Wild roosters, Hawaii.

Kauai is a real paradise for chickens and roosters. Here they freely roam the streets, lead their offspring, and the roosters fight. A feature of this place is that it is forbidden to kill chickens and roosters here, as well as to hunt them.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

9. Wild Animal Park, Phillip Island.

Phillip Island is best known for its large colony of penguins living here. Namely, about 5000 winged beauties. However, other exotic animals share this territory along with penguins. Such as, for example, kangaroos.

10 places where exotic animals live instead of pigeons

10. Deer City, Japan.

The Japanese town of Nara is inhabited by more than 1,200 deer. This is a real-time Disney cartoon. By the way, despite the fact that most of the deer live in the park, their walks around the city are not fiction. Many of them really leave the fenced area and go hunting for treats for tourists.

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