10 places where the usual pigeons are replaced by exotic animalsPictolic
Just as we are used to a huge number of pigeons on our streets, residents of other countries are used to their own "beggars". Who would have thought that in Thailand, a dozen monkeys can suddenly run up to you, and in the town of Nara in Japan, people quietly coexist with herds of deer?
Here are a dozen amazing places where "begging pigeons"live completely unusual for us.
Rabbit Island, Japan (© Fumie Matsunaka Friedl)
The main attraction of the small island of Okunoshima in Japan are the long-eared locals-numerous wild rabbits. This place is also known as the Island of Rabbits, and it serves as a home for more than 700 furry inhabitants who roam freely around the territory and are happy to contact people.
Flocks of sheep, New Zealand (© Joe Gough / shutterstock)
New Zealand is called a paradise for dreamers and ... sheep. And this is not for nothing, because with a population of 4.4 million people, there are almost 34 million sheep in the country! That is, there are about 8 sheep for every inhabitant.
Iguana farm, Honduras (© whittenfamily)
Roatan is a popular cruise ship port, one of the most attractive tourist attractions in Honduras. And the main attraction of Roatan is a farm where hundreds of iguanas roam wherever they want and are always not averse to begging for treats from tourists.
Fox Village, Japan (© ShadowBun)
This magical fox oasis is called Dzao Kitsune Mura. The village is a mini-zoo, where more than a hundred foxes run freely throughout the territory. Visitors can not only move around the park without fear, but also feed the charming chanterelles, observing some precautions.
Wild Parrots, Spain (© Denis Kuvaev / shutterstock)
And in Spain, along with ordinary pigeons, colorful wild parrots fly quite calmly and feast on the hands of passers-by. Even from their brightness alone, the mood rises!
Monkeys, Thailand (© Smile19 / shutterstock)
Anyone who has ever been to Thailand is 100% likely to have met a wild monkey there. After all, in this country, these exotic creatures can be found anywhere: they live not only in the jungle, but even on the beaches, in parks, calmly walk around the city.
Cat Island, Japan (© animalinelmondo)
On the island of Tashirojima in Japan, a very small number of people live, but hundreds of cats roam. The inhabitants of the island feed the animals with fish and treat them with sympathy, but they are not kept in the house. 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. It is forbidden to hunt them, except in cases when they themselves wander into private territory. Birds roam freely everywhere: chickens lead or hatch their offspring, and roosters are constantly fighting.
Wild Animal Park, Philip Island (© Natalia Pushchina / shutterstock)
This island is mainly famous for the penguin colony, which is home to approximately 5,000 winged inhabitants. However, it can also boast of a variety of flora and fauna in general. This island is also home to such wild Australian animals as kangaroos, for example.
Deer City, Japan (© Oliver Foerstner / shutterstock)
The Japanese town of Nara is literally captured by deer: according to approximate estimates, more than 1,200 individuals live there. In fact, most of them live in the park, but their walks through the streets of the city are not fiction. Some individuals may well go outside the park and molest passers-by, begging for treats. Moreover, these cute hooligans are not afraid of people so much that they can even persistently push them to the cracker machines themselves.