Twin baby chimpanzees make first public appearance at Nagoya zoo

NAGOYA – A Nagoya zoo on Tuesday held the first public viewing of its twin baby chimpanzees, saying the pair — born last month — are growing well and are in good health. The Higashiyama Zoo and Botanical Gardens said it is rare for both chimpanzees …
( read original story …)


Related Post

Japan adventure in Osaka and Kyoto
views 142
Leaving Aberdeen at the very civilised time of 11 ...
Japan’s Media: A Narrow Window on the World
views 176
Realizing change in the how the Japanese media cov...
McMaster students touring nuclear disaster site in...
views 153
They are part of the Fukushima Ambassador Program,...
Japan, France agree to start talks on defense supp...
views 207
The defense and foreign ministers of Japan and Fra...
Tokyo protests disputed islets on sports flag for ...
views 95
“We cannot accept the flag in light of Japan’s sta...
Semipublic fund to back Japan bid for Malaysia-Sin...
views 114
TOKYO -- The government will help a Japanese corpo...
Japan defense force ships watching for North Korea...
views 119
TOKYO (Kyodo) -- Japanese Maritime Self-Defense Fo...
Tokyo Metropolitan Government Invites Applications...
views 175
TOKYO, Oct. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Tokyo Met...
Gallery: Cosplay At The Tokyo Game Show 2017
views 149
The Tokyo Game Show isn't just home to all the lat...
Sapporo set for talks amid Sleeman Breweries strik...
views 208
Sapporo's Canadian beer unit, Sleeman Breweries, h...