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Animals inhabiting the island nation's rain forests, volcanic mountains and thousands of islands include bathing macaques, brown bears and the Japanese giant salamander.

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aired 75 days ago
Michelle Dockery narrates this wildlife special about Japan's largest island.
aired 75 days ago
Explore Hokkaido - Japan's northernmost, wildest and most hostile island.
aired 100 days ago
Exploring the unique chain of islands stretching 750 miles off the tip of mainland Japan where life is influenced by isolation and the power of the sea.

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