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The Shiretoko Peninsula of Japan, surrounded by the Sea of Okhotsk and the Pacific Ocean,is a small peninsula at the eastern end of Hokkaido.This peninsula boasts the good ecosystem seen rarely on the earth. As you know, in this wonderful benefit the following big animals stand at the top of the ecosystem . For instance BROWN BEAR in the land,KILLER WHALE in the sea and the SEA EAGLES (Steller's Sea Eagle and White Tailed Eagle) in the sky. What an"AMAZING SHIRETOKO PENINSULA !!!"



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Spring . ,BROWN BEAR
Summer .BROWN BEAR
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Early , Winter
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F-SQUIRREL
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RED FOX
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URAL AWL
STELLER'S
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KILLER WHALE
WHALE
DOLPHIN
SEA LION
RIBON SEAL
SPTTED SEAL
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After several hours two Brown Bears got close to the dead
Minke Whale as if they were wating a Huge Brown Bear to reave.

Big Brown Bear eating Minke Whale that has flowed to the shore