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When it comes to the most popular companions of the townspeople from the animal world, pigeons immediately come to mind. They are attached to people, they are not afraid of them at all and are waiting for treats. However, as it turned out, pigeons are by no means the only forced "neighbors" of residents of different countries. In some countries, people live side by side with rather exotic animals and birds.


We decided to find out what animals in different countries are replacing pigeons for local residents.


1. Bahamas - Pigs

In the Bahamas region, there is a small uninhabited island called Pig Beach. Although it would be more accurate to say that people do not live on it, but there are inhabitants there - these are several dozen feral domestic pigs.


Pig Beach is a very popular place among tourists: many come to see funny pigs who are not at all afraid of people and gladly accept a treat. It is not known exactly how the pigs got to the island, perhaps they were left by sailors, or maybe they survived the shipwreck and swam to land. There is also a version that the animals were brought to the island specifically to lure tourists.


 

2. Australia - White ibises

These graceful and rather large birds feel great on the streets of Australian cities. Sometimes they steal food from garbage cans, and sometimes people feed them - just like the pigeons we are used to.



3. India - Monkeys

Despite their cute appearance and plaintive look, monkeys have become a real misfortune for India. Spoiled by tourists and locals, these animals have settled comfortably on the streets and insistently demand food. They climb through windows and steal food and belongings from passers-by. Of course, the local authorities are fighting these animals as best they can.



4. Christmas Island - Red crabs

Christmas Island is located in the Indian Ocean, 1,600 km from Australia. It is notable for the fact that in winter millions of red crabs begin to move along its territory. They migrate from tropical forests to the coast, and at this moment all roads are literally overrun with these creatures. The island even has a special road sign announcing the closure of highways due to the migration of crabs.



5.Greece, Crete - Geese

On the Greek island of Crete, some beaches are home to wild geese. In particular, they can be found near Lake Kournas. These birds feel like full-fledged owners here, they boldly approach people, demand treats, and if you refuse to share, they may hiss with displeasure and try to snatch food right from their hands.



6. Japan - Foxes

Not far from the northern capital of Japan - the city of Sendai - there is the so-called Fox Village - Dzao Kitsune Mura. More than a hundred foxes of 6 different species live in it. These animals are happy to contact people, allow themselves to be stroked and, of course, fed.



7. Sheep - New Zealand

There are more sheep than people in New Zealand. There are about 6 sheep for every inhabitant of this country. You can see these animals almost everywhere, as there are many pastures in New Zealand. In addition, you can always take a tour of various farms to get to know these cute animals better and to treat them with something.


8. Ecuador, Mexico - Iguanas


Iguanas are firmly established in these countries. They crawl along the streets and parks of cities, and caring residents sometimes treat these giant lizards with something tasty. Perhaps this can be explained by the fact that earlier on the site of some cities there were forests and animals remained to live on their territory even after construction.


9. Austria - Marmots

Many adorable Alpine marmots can be found in Austria. To do this, you just need to get into the largest Austrian mountain reserve - Grossglockner-mit-Pasteurz und Gamsgrube. As soon as a person gets into its territory, he immediately hears the characteristic cries of local inhabitants. The fact is that along the route there are many settlements of marmots, many of which are already accustomed to people and allow you to spy on their lives from a fairly close distance.



10. Australia - Parrots

Wild parrots are as common to Australians as pigeons are to us. These birds with pink breasts even outwardly somewhat resemble city pigeons, but, of course, they look much more exotic. They swim in puddles, sit on eaves and happily accept food from people.



11. Peru, New Zealand - Alpaca

They say that it is impossible to visit Peru and not meet a lama. This is the state symbol of the country depicted on the coat of arms. Although most often not llamas come across, but alpacas and vicuñas, which cannot be tamed. Therefore, they are simply herded into herds, sheared, and then released. As for New Zealand, there are several farms in this country where many alpacas live, which are quite tame and willingly make contact with people.



12. Japan - Cats

Tashiro Island is a true paradise for cats. Not more than 100 people and about 500 cats live here. There are 2 villages on the island, each of which has its own fishing port, which is especially attractive for furry animals. Since ancient times, cats have been revered on Tashiro, as they exterminated rats that interfered with local silk production. Today this place has become quite popular among tourists.



13. Thailand - Monkeys

Thailand is home to many wild monkeys that frolic on the city streets and feel extremely at ease. Eternally hungry animals beg for bananas and other delicacies from passers-by, and also raid houses and shops. Today, the situation has escalated so much that the authorities have resumed the program of neutering stray animals.



14. Venezuela -Macaw parrots

A huge macaw parrot that has flown in to sit on the balcony is a standard picture for residents of the Venezuelan city of Caracas. They arrive in the city from a neighboring nature reserve. By the way, bird watchers say that the presence of these birds in the metropolis indicates a good ecological situation.



15. Japan, city of Nara - Deer

Nara is the central city of Japan, which is famous for 2 things: it has many temples and deer. According to legend, the god of thunder and swords Takemikazuki came to guard the city on horseback. So all the animals that live in Nara now are considered sacred descendants of that very first deer. They can be fed, ironed and photographed.

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There's a tiny surprise lurking in Rockefeller Center's iconic Christmas tree this year. One of the workers transporting the forest beauty came across a hairy creature that was accidentally taken out of the forest along with a tree.

 

While workers were setting up New York's main Christmas tree, which is traditionally located at Rockefeller Center, a man discovered an unexpected surprise in it.

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An employee of the company found and rescued a fur-legged owl, which had traveled a long way, sitting on one of the branches.

 

The bird was discovered by a worker while setting up a Christmas tree this year. Apparently, the owl was accidentally brought from the forest along with a 22-meter Norwegian spruce.

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Ellen Kalish, director and founder of the Ravensbeard Wildlife Center, suspects that the bird may have become so frightened or stuck when the tree was wrapped that it could not free itself and fly away.

 

Soon, the wife of an employee of the company that transported the tree called the wildlife rescue center and said that her husband had found a small owl that had to endure a long trip.

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The man and his wife who rescued the bird lived about an hour's drive from the animal welfare fund, so director Ellen met them halfway to collect the bird.

 

Before the owl was sent to the Wildlife Center, it was put in a box and named Rockefeller.

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The rescuers of the magnificent bird thought it was an owlet, but Ellen Kalisch was skeptical, since she knew that owls are born in the spring. Ellen shared on Facebook that when she saw "that face" staring at her, she knew it was a furry owl.

 

"All owls are born in the spring, so the idea that a baby owl would be born in November did not make sense," the director of the animal welfare center said in a Facebook post.

 

Now with this cute little guy, everything is fine and his health is not in danger.

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