Reproductive success of the crested ibis Nipponia
Prolonged bleeding from the bite of the Asian medicinal leech Hirudo nipponia
The Japanese crested ibis, known scientifically as Nipponia
Nippon, was once found in various parts of Japan but became extinct in the wild in Japan in 2003.
18) Que pertenecen, como ya he indicado anteriormente, a "Japan: Traditional Vocal and Instrumental Music, Shakuhachi, Biwa, Koto, Shamisen" interpretado por Ensemble Nipponia
y editado por Electra Asylum Nonesuch Records/Warner Communications Inc.
Though its scientific name is Nipponia
Nippon, the birds are virtually extinct in Japan.
The species, known by the scientific name Nipponia
nippon, has become extinct in the wild in Japan due to environmental degradation and hunting.
The crested ibis, whose scientific name is Nipponia
Nippon, is virtually extinct in Japan.
Wild ibises, whose scientific name is Nipponia
Nippon, started disappearing in Japan in the 1980s due to hunting and destruction of their habitats.
Although the scientific name for crested ibises is Nipponia
Nippon, the birds are virtually extinct in the country.
Although its scientific name is Nipponia
Nippon, the birds are virtually extinct in Japan due to the nation's failure to properly protect the bird in the past and environmental degradation.
The academic name for crested ibises is Nipponia
Nippon, containing the Japanese word for Japan.
About 20 centimeters tall and bearing the Japanese flag on its chest, the blue-colored Nipponia
will retail for 650 yen apiece, they said.