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The label also states, "Sandringham House is a treasure trove of wildlife, with pheasants, hares, owls and many other animals living in forests and farmlands."

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Wild animals

Wild animalsWhat is (thin animal)?WildernessInhabits areas that are out of the reach of humansA humanNot fed by humans社会Does not depend on the existence ofAnimalRefers to general.

In addition,EcologyImproved to human from the point of view ofVarietyOriginally other than domestic animals (including production animals)natureRefers to all animals that are in a natural state to live in.

Wildlife, which is usually used as an English translation of wild animals, includes not only wild animals but also wild plants.


Animals similar to this are considered to be animals that have not been taken care of by humans, but on the other hand, humans have been active since modern times.nature conservationThere is also a tendency to include a slightly ambiguous concept in terms of conducting the activities of.These are of animals種asZooWith animals bred in etc.geneThere is no difference in terms of etc.LifeIs classified with.

There is no clear definition for the term wildlife.Compared to antonyms, those that are bred or bred by humans and whose behavior is suppressed, restricted or supervised by humans are generally not considered wild animals.Even if the individual is genetically a wild animal, the individual is a wild animal, but it is a domestic animal (domestic animal) or a pet (domestic animal).

Even if they are fed to humans, those whose behavior is not suppressed, restricted or supervised by humans, such as the Japanese crane in Kushiro and the crane in Izumi City, Kagoshima Prefecture, are considered wild animals.[1][2]..It may be sorted based on the fact of possession or possession.

The most prominent example isdogAnd domestic cats (Cat).Dogs and domestic cats are pets (domestic animals) because those kept by humans are fed and their behavior is suppressed, restricted or supervised by humans, and they are not kept by any particular person but depend on human society. If you live, stray dogsStray cat(Wild animals)[3], In the wildernesshuntingTo live a life that does not rely on humansWild dog(Dog) andwildcatCalled (cat) (wild animal)[4].

In addition, if you live artificially in an area that was not originally a habitat for these animals, do not include them in the category of wild animals, and naturalized animals (Exotic species).As with other alien species, these ex-breeding animals have no natural enemies and often upset the balance of the ecosystem.

In addition, in the process of domestication, livestock have acquired traits different from those of wild animals because they are no longer under the pressure of natural selection, which is also different from wild animals (in that respect).Domestication #Changes associated with domesticationSee also).Holstein etc. correspond to this[5].

Wild animals and livestock

In the conservation of ecosystems, in order to correctly grasp the problem, it is important to consider pet animals and livestock improved for human use separately from wild animals.Especially since the latter half of the 20th century, the habitat has been destroyed by environmental destruction, and it is a problem limited to wild animals that is in danger, and it is meaningless to refer to livestock.[6].

Wild and human

PeopleEven in the natural environment, isolated from human societycultureIf you live a life unrelated toSavageCan be called (wild human).HoweverHuman capitalThe animalSocial animalsTherefore, when they belong to a very small society such as a family, they are not often called wild people.

On the other hand, a unique society as well (FlockThere are animals that form), but this isHabitIt is called a wild animal as long as it follows.

Very rarely even in humansIndividualAs a human being, disconnecting from human society at the level ofidentityThere have been reports of cases of being raised by wild animals or surviving on their own without having a wild animal, and as a wild human in the strict sense of the word.Wild boyOr called a wild man.


OnceslaveIn the days when there was an institution, it was considered to be a wild animal, referring to the undeveloped people.In this era, in modern timesRacism-Ethnic discriminationAlthough it is a place to be repelled as an idea, the act of enslaving them after denying or destroying the culture of the other party's race or ethnic group was rampant.

DiscriminationFor those who suffered from, the society did not need further development, it was only living well adapted to the surrounding environment, and even if the civilization was destroyed, such destruction There was no need to develop a means of countering the act (平和It was also a target).


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  1. ^ "Tsurui Village and Akan International Crane Center where you can see Japanese cranes up close | Hokkaido Tourism Official Website GoodDay Hokkaido”(Japanese). www.visit-hokkaido.jp. 2021th of February 6Browse.
  2. ^ Ministry of the Environment 25 XNUMXst Izumi Crane Decentralization Study Group Attachment XNUMX PDF
  3. ^ "Diet record search system". kokkai.ndl.go.jp. 2021th of February 6Browse.
  4. ^ "Diet record search system". kokkai.ndl.go.jp. 2021th of February 6Browse.
  5. ^ "Dairy cow (Holstein breed)”(Japanese). Obihiro University of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine. 2021th of February 6Browse.
  6. ^ Seiki Takatsuki "Can Coexist with Wild Animals-Introduction to Conservation Ecology" Iwanami Shoten〈Iwanami Junior Shinsho>, 2006, pp. 182-183.


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