The Shirakami Mountains, a legacy to our descendants

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The Shirakami Mountains, a legacy to our descendants
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Tokyo : Nature Conservation Society of Japan (NACS-J), 1993
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1 VHS Cassette, PAL, (21 min.)
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1993
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In the Shirakami Mountains of Aomori and Akita prefectures, there remains the most extensive beech forest in Japan. The Shirakami Mountains have been designated a Nature Conservation Area and nominated for World Heritage status. This film show us the wildlife, plants at different seasons in this 300 year-old forest area. Close-up shots of: salamanders, black woodpeckers, japanese squirrels, chars, etc.

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2
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English
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