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豊田市自然観察の森 The Woods of Toyota-city natural observation
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The woods of Toyota natural observation were installed as a base institution of nature conservation study promotion by approval of the Environment Agency (that time), and were opened in April, 1990. 

Area has various environment, such as an artificial plantation of a deciduous broad-leaved tree with 28.8ha, an evergreen broad-leaved tree, and a Japan cedar cypress, a swamp of a paddy field or a fallow field, and a reservoir. 

And various small animals,  insects, flowers, etc. are observed. 

Copyright: Haruhiko Nakayama
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Загружена: 06/11/2011
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