New born Capybaras at Nagasaki Bio Park
2291-1 Seihichō Nakayamagō, Saikai-shi, Nagasaki-ken 851-3302, Japan
Newborn babies Capybaras on April 21, 2016 have been alone with their mother for the past several days as they get acclimated to their new environment. Eager guests will have to wait a little longer before the babies are ready to meet their adoring fans at their public debut.
The Capybara is a large, herbivorous and semi-aquatic rodent, it is the largest rodent in the world weighing up to 75kg and measuring nearly 1.4 meters long.
The Capybara is a very sociable animal that tends to inhabit densely vegetated areas close to water in herds of around 20 individuals, which are usually made up of a dominant male with a number of females and their young.
Nagasaki Bio Park is open 365 days a year, including all holidays
Open from 9am to 5pm (enter before 4pm) / Summer Hours (Aug 1-Aug 31) Open from 9am to 5:30pm (enter before 4:30pm)
Entrance fees for the zoo: 1,700 yen for adults, 1,100 yen for Junior high & high school student (13-17 years old) and 800 yen for children from 3 to 12yo.
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How to find New born Capybaras at Nagasaki Bio Park
From Nagasaki Airport by Car -> Route 34 -> Route 205 -> Saikai Pearl Line Expressway -> Route 202 -> Route 206 (about 70min.)
By Bus -> Huis Ten Bosch Stn. (55min.) -> Shuttle Bus (No charge, 45min., 3 round trips / day)
By Ship -> Ocean Liner -> Togitsu (25min.) -> Bus -> Bio Park stop (about 50min.)
An easy way to find his way - The Map
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