[Kanji] Camel Hoodie
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cud-chewing mammal used as a draft or saddle animal in desert regions. Japan calls “Raku-Da”. [Kanji] Camel Hoodie

reptiles
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1. class of cold-blooded air-breathing vertebrates with completely ossified skeleton and a body usually covered with scales or horny plates. 2. any cold-blooded vertebrate of the class Reptilia including tortoises, turtles, snakes, lizards, alligators, crocodiles, and extinct forms. Japanese calls Ha-Chu-Rui. > Japanese of reptile stocks 爬虫類 はちゅうるい

llama
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wild or domesticated South American cud-chewing animal related to camels but smaller and lacking a hump. More! Animal stocks 騾馬 ラマ リャマ 漢字

UMA
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unidentified mysterious animal. Japanese calls Mi-Kaku-Nin-Sei-Butsu. > example products みかくにんせいぶつ 漢字 未確認生物

natural monument
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Japanese says ten-nen-ki-nen-butsu. > product for example 天然記念物 てんねんきねんぶつ 漢字

certain alien species
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It is a creature that has entered the area that originally did not live from the original habitat due to human influence. An organism that prey on native organisms or may harm the ecosystem. Japanese says toku-tei-gai-rai-syu. > alien in Japanese stock 漢字 特定外来種 とくていがいらいしゅ

Sperm whale
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The body length is about 18 m or more for males and about 12 m or more for females. Maximum weight is about 57t. Birth length is 3.5-4.5m. Body color is brown or brownish gray or bluish gray throughout the body, with white spots centered on the snout and navel. It mainly preys on … Read More

Sloth
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It has strong claws and its body is covered with long grayish brown hair. Distributed in Central and South America. It lives in tropical rainforests from lowlands to highlands, and hangs on tree branches during the day. Blue-green algae grow on the hair. It is nocturnal and eats leaves and fruits. Japanese calls Namakemono. … Read More

Yak
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> example stuff large long-haired wild ox of Tibet often domesticated. Japanese calls Ya-Ku. ヤク 漢字 犛牛

squirrel
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> products a kind of arboreal rodent having a long bushy tail. Japanese calls Ri-Su. りす 漢字 くりねずみ

Pig
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Japanese calls Buta. It is a domesticated wild boar and is thought to have already been domesticated in Mesopotamia around 4000 BC. There are more than 300 major pig varieties alone. Larger varieties weigh nearly 400 kg. This kanji is not a common kanji. > mammals stocks ブタぶた 漢字 常用漢字でない文字

Koala
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> animals stock Tree marsupials peculiar to Australia. It is known to have a peculiar eating habit that eats only some leaves of eucalyptus. It has a bear-like body, a large round head, and long hairs densely on its ears. Due to the development of forests and overfishing for fur, the number decreased significantly … Read More

[Kanji] Sloth T-shirts
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[Kanji] Sloth T-shirts They live mainly on trees in the dense forest areas of the South American continent, and feed on leaves and flowers. Body length 50-64 cm, no tail, or even short. Japan calls Namakemono.

Goat
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Artiodactyla bovidae. One of the oldest livestock after dogs. Domestication of goats was promoted in Asia, and it is believed that they had already been domesticated in 3500 BC. It is divided into meat, dairy, hair, etc. according to the purpose of use, and it is also classified into European, African, Asian, etc. depending … Read More

Flying squirrels
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Please check it out! > example products Japanese says Musasabi. 鼯鼠 むささび 漢字

Hyena
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doglike nocturnal mammal of Africa and southern Asia that feeds chiefly on carrion. > mammals stock ハイエナ 漢字

[Kanji] Goat T-Shirt
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Artiodactyla bovidae. One of the oldest livestock after dogs. Domestication of goats was promoted in Asia, and it is believed that they had already been domesticated in 3500 BC. It is divided into meat, dairy, hair, etc. according to the purpose of use, and it is also classified into European, African, Asian, etc. depending … Read More

Platypus
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It has its name because its mouth resembles a duck’s beak. There are limbs on the limbs, which are suitable for underwater life. The hair is dark brown velvety and grows densely. Japanese calls Kamono-Hashi. > Animal stocks

Dugong
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sirenian tusked mammal found from eastern Africa to Australia. The dugong is a large herbivore with a cetacean-like body and a small head, and is said to have become a model for “mermaids.” Japanese says “Ju-gon”. > mammals animal Kanji stock ジュゴン 漢字

lizard
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Please check it out!  > example products 1.relatively long-bodied reptile with usually two pairs of legs and a tapering tail. 2.a man who idles about in the lounges of hotels and bars in search of women who would support him. Japanese calls To-Kage. リザード トカゲ 漢字

Weasel
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1. small carnivorous mammal with short legs and elongated body and neck. 2. a person who is regarded as treacherous or sneaky. 3. Sasuke’s old brother and Akatsuki member on Naruto (Japanese Manga). > Animal stocks イタチ 漢字

swallowtail butterfly
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the citrus swallowtail butterfly, Papilio xuthus. The opening of the splash is 8 to 12 centimeters inside and outside. The splashes are pale yellow with black streaks and spots, the edges are black, and yellow crests are lined up. The rear spring has a thin tail-shaped protrusion. Japanese name Ageha. > flying insect Kanji … Read More

many kind of fishes for Sushi
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Many kind of fishes for Sushi. In addition to nigiri sushi, which is made by placing ingredients on top of vinegared rice, there are various types such as chirashizushi, pressed sushi, and maki sushi. In the past, it was a high-class food to eat at congratulations such as celebrations, but recently, with the advent … Read More

eagle
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1.any of various large keen-sighted diurnal birds of prey noted for their broad wings and strong soaring flight. 2.an emblem representing power. 3.a former gold coin in the United States worth 10 dollars. 4.a score of two strokes under par on a hole. > Birds of Raptor stocks ワシ 漢字

egret
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egret Please check it out! > example products

horseshoe crab
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Please check it out! > example products The horseshoe crab body consists of an iron-shaped fore and aft and a tail sword, and the female is about 60 cm long and about 3.0 kg male. The horseshoe crab prefers an inland bay flat. The larvae feed on and grow microbes in a tidal flat … Read More

Camel
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cud-chewing mammal used as a draft or saddle animal in desert regions. Japanese says “Raku Da”. Animal stocks

donkey
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1.domestic beast of burden descended from the African wild ass. 2.the symbol of the Democratic Party. Japanese says “Ro-Ba”. > Animals stock

a creature from outer space
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1. It is a general term for extraterrestrial life that has intelligence. Also called an alien. It was once called “EBE”. In a sense, we humans are also aliens when viewed from outside the earth. 2. Figuratively, a person who speaks and acts far from common sense. Someone who doesn’t know what they are … Read More

Slugs
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1.any of various terrestrial gastropods having an elongated slimy body and no external shell. 2.a blow with the fist. 3.a projectile that is fired from a gun. 4.a strip of type metal used for spacing. 5.an amount of an alcoholic drink (usually liquor) that is poured or gulped. 6.an idle slothful person. 7.a counterfeit … Read More

Grasshopper
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> insect Kanji stocks Insects closely related to crickets, crickets live mainly on the ground surface and have a flat body shape on the dorsoventral, while grasshoppers differentiate to live mainly on plants. Obtained a vertically flat body shape. Originally, crickets and grasshoppers are different species, but this character is based on grasshoppers. In … Read More

Dragonfly
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> insect Kanji stocks slender-bodied non-stinging insect having iridescent wings that are outspread at rest. トンボ 漢字 蜻蛉

Japanese katydid
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Japanese katydid The body is green or brown and is about 4 cm long. Seen in sunny meadows from summer to autumn, males squeak during the day. The old name for crickets. Japanese calls “Kirigirisu”. > insect kanji stocks

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