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X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
X-Ray Mag #62 - Sep 2014
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Okinawa designated national park

Article citing other sources |  
Kerama Islands and surrounding waters in Okinawa Prefecture has become Japans 31st national park - the first such designation in three decades.


X-Ray Magazine article |  
Okinawa—simply saying the name has so many connotations. The island itself is huge, and yet it’s an oceanic island far from the Asian continent. It takes two and half hours to fly from Hong Kong, the closest point on mainland China, to get here.
57 - Nov 2013 | Okinawa

Shipwreck may be part of Kublai Khan s lost fleet

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Yonaguni Jima

Unique Dive Site Yonaguni
X-Ray Magazine article |  
Lured by stories of schooling hammerhead sharks and a lost city submerged below the surface, Farhat Jah headed out on the long journey to Japan’s westernmost island.
54 - May 2013 | Yonaguni Jima

Loggerhead Gets Artificial Flippers

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Scientists capture first images of giant squid off Japan

article |  
Silvery 3-metre cephalopod snapped in July 2012 near Ogasawara Islands.

Hundreds of crown-of-thorns starfish beach themselves

Article citing other sources |  
Hundreds of crown-of-thorns starfish found on a beach in southern Japan in January stranded themselves because of starvation.

Ship from failed Mongol invasion found off Japan

article |  
The wreck of a ship thought to have taken part in a failed Mongol invasion of Japan has been found off the Japanese coast

South Korea wants whale quota too if Japan gets deal

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Anti-whaling groups fear South Korea and other countries will resume whaling if Japan gets permission for limited "coastal" catches on its coasts in return for stopping its controversial "scientific" whaling in Antarctica.

Japanese advocate calls for cessation of whale hunt

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Internal criticism leaves future of controversial Antarctic hunt in doubt.

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