Fuji hakonu izu national park, Japan

Containing the tallest mountain in Japan is not the only claim to fame that this national park has. Nevertheless around 300,000 people climb to the peak each year.

Much of the area is forested so it also includes an area of CE that is inhabited by indo-pacific dolphins. The Japanese Claude salamander is also found here though they do hibernate when it gets too cold. The regular scene species include the rare Japanese serow, easy attic black bears, Japanese squirrels and foxes. There is also a list of more than 100 bird species

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