Japan has been the world’s largest exporter of wild animals since the 19th century, but it is slowly coming to realise the potential of its natural heritage.
The country is currently considering plans to relocate 1,000 koalas to a remote area of central Japan in an attempt to save the species.
In 2016, the government announced plans to take the endangered wildebeest out of the wild, but conservationists warn that the plan may be too ambitious and could lead to the species’ extinction.
Japan has also been at the forefront of efforts to protect its water resources.
In the late 19th and early 20th centuries, it took large swathes of land from the countryside to provide water for its urban population.
But since then, as water was diverted to cities, the rivers and lakes dried up, leaving a wasteland of a lake in the centre of Tokyo.
As a result, Japan’s water levels have been steadily falling, and now they are expected to plummet further.
The government is considering plans for the relocation of 1,500 koalascan, which can grow to be over 50 metres (164 feet) tall.
This is because they cannot live in urban areas.
The koala’s habitat is in the mountains, which are generally warmer than the more temperate forests of the countryside.
But due to deforestation, the area is now prone to floods.
In some areas, the koalasi have been forced to migrate to towns where they can be kept as pets.
A new plan to protect koalasa habitat is currently in the works, and the government hopes it will save the animals from the harsh desert conditions of Japan.
The problem is that the koala population is declining.
The number of koalaski, which live in forests, is decreasing at a faster rate than the koas themselves.
The reason for this is that their habitats are being drained of nutrients and are now becoming unsuitable for their own survival.
Japan is a country of over 2.4 billion people.
Over 80% of its land area is forests, and about 20% of Japan’s population is in urban settlements.
According to Japan’s environment ministry, about 1.6 million koalacos live in Tokyo alone.
Koalas have a very special relationship with the city, and have been known to make the city their home.
The animals are also extremely popular with tourists.
As part of the conservation plan, the city is to relocate some of the animals.