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December 11, 2009
A capybara sits inside a hot tub with a cabbage leaf on its head at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama,...
Higashimatsuyama, Japan
A capybara sits inside a hot tub with a cabbage leaf on its head at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama...
A capybara sits inside a hot tub with a cabbage leaf on its head at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December 11, 2009. The zoo offers the "hot spa" to its family of capybara, the largest living rodent in the world, in the winter season to entertain zoo visitors. Cabbage is given to the capybaras as feed. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN ANIMALS)
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December 11, 2009
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December...
Higashimatsuyama, Japan
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December 11, 2009. The zoo offers the "hot spa" to its family of capybara, the largest living rodent in the world, in the winter season to entertain zoo visitors. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN ANIMALS)
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December 11, 2009
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December...
Higashimatsuyama, Japan
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December 11, 2009. The zoo offers the "hot spa" to its family of capybara, the largest living rodent in the world, in the winter season to entertain zoo visitors. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN ANIMALS)
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December 11, 2009
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December...
Higashimatsuyama, Japan
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama
Capybaras sit inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December 11, 2009. The zoo offers the "hot spa" to its family of capybara, the largest living rodent in the world, in the winter season to entertain zoo visitors. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN ANIMALS IMAGES OF THE DAY SOCIETY)
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December 11, 2009
A capybara sits inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December...
Higashimatsuyama, Japan
A capybara sits inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama
A capybara sits inside a hot tub at the Saitama Children's Zoo in Higashimatsuyama, north of Tokyo December 11, 2009. The zoo offers the "hot spa" to its family of capybara, the larges living rodent in the world, in the winter season to entertain zoo visitors. REUTERS/Kim Kyung-Hoon (JAPAN ANIMALS)
ART
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August 03, 1995
Toshi Maruki, 83 standing in front of 'Fire', one of the 'Hiroshima Panels', which are spotlighted in...
Higashimatsuyama, Japan
Japanese artist exhibits work depicting the bombing of Hirsoshima.
Toshi Maruki, 83 standing in front of 'Fire', one of the 'Hiroshima Panels', which are spotlighted in the 50th anniversary of the world's first atomic bombing, at Maruki Museum in Higashimatsuyama August 3, 1995. The series of the 15 Japanese paintings of the a-bombing of Hiroshima, produced between 1947 and 1982, are joint works with her husband Iri, 94, who has been hospitalised since May. Picture taken August 3, 1995. ART
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