Speaking of cats with short tails, there is a breed called Japanese Bobtail. In fact, there is another breed called Manx, which also has a very short tail.
However, it is almost impossible to see them in Japan, so many people may be hearing the name for the first time! What mysteries are hidden behind the birth of Manx? And what is the reason for their short tails?
Let’s unravel their secrets right away!
Marmots are charming animals that stand on their hind legs. In the Alps region, such as Switzerland, marmot stuffed animals and other souvenirs are very popular. But marmots can also make amazing screams that you wouldn’t expect from their cute appearance.
Marmots have many other attractions and surprising behaviors. Let’s find out more about marmots.
What kind of rabbit is small but beautiful? That’s right! It’s the ‘mini rex’. Some people in Japan love mini rexes too, so maybe you have heard their name before.
They have a lot of color variations and are suitable as pets, so they are easy to keep even for beginners.
Let’s find out more about the secrets of the mini rex!
If you were asked “What is your favorite animal?”, many people would think of some kind of animal.
However, it may be difficult to think of something when asked “What is your favorite fish?” Even if you do think of something, it may be about fish as an ingredient.
As for fish as an ingredient, Japanese people are thought to like tuna by people overseas. Indeed, tuna is a familiar ingredient for Japanese people in general households and restaurants.
However, I get the impression that not many people know about the ecology of tuna. So let’s take a closer look at the ecology of tuna!
Here’s a question for you: What do you call a cat that combines the best of Munchkin and Persian breeds and is rapidly gaining popularity? That’s right, it’s the Minuet!
Some of you may be hearing this name for the first time. In fact, this cat is a relatively new breed that has only recently been registered.
There is also an interesting history behind its name. Let me introduce you to the world of Minuets, which you may not have seen yet!
Well, here’s a sudden question. What breed of cat is known as the “gentle giant” or the “world’s largest cat”? The answer is “Maine Coon”! It is often mistaken for “makein”, but makein is a type of potato. By the way, these two have nothing to do with each other.
Maine Coon is one of the breeds that has become popular in Japan recently.
Let’s take a look at the secrets of Maine Coon, which are filled with surprises, such as their unexpected personality and characteristics!
Munchkins are known for their cute cat punches and walking with their butts wiggling!
One of the attractions is their unique appearance that other cats don’t have.
You may not know much about them, such as why they have short legs.
Whether you know a lot about Munchkins or not, why don’t we explore their secrets together?
Flying Squirrel is often associated with the image of spreading its arms and legs and flying. Recently, it has become popular as a pet.
Some people may imagine “Sugar Glider” when they hear the name Flying Squirrel. However, Flying Squirrel and Sugar Glider are not related but different species of animals.
The Flying Squirrel is close to squirrels, while the Sugar Glider is close to kangaroos. They look similar, so it’s easy to misunderstand.
Let’s take a closer look at what kind of animal Flying Squirrel is!
The Hamadryas Baboon is not native to Japan and can be considered an unfamiliar monkey. Therefore, it is somewhat popular in zoos due to its rarity, and many tourists stop to see it.
It has a slightly comical face shape, but despite its appearance, it has a rough temperament.
The ecology of the Hamadryas Baboon, which is generally not well known.
Let’s take a look at what kind of creature it is together.
Sunfish is a popular fish known for its large body and charming face. Its unique form, unlike that of ordinary fish, has an impact that is unforgettable once seen.
Although it is a well-known fish, its ecology is still shrouded in mystery. Let’s take a closer look at the ecology that is currently known.