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The Japanese river otter (Japanese: ニホンカワウソ(日本川獺 ー, Hepburn: Nihon-kawauso) (Lutra lutra whiteleyi) is an extinct variety of otter formerly widespread in Japan. Dating back to the 1880s, it was even seen in Tokyo. The population suddenly shrank in the 1930s, and the mammal nearly vanished. Since then, it has only been spotted several times, in 1964 in the Seto Inland Sea, and in the Uwa Sea in 1972 and 1973. The last official sighting was in the southern part of Kōchi Prefecture in 1979, when it was photographed in the mouth of the Shinjo River in Susaki. It was subsequently classified as a "Critically Endangered" species on the Japanese Red List. On August 28, 2012, the Japanese river otter was officially declared extinct by the Ministry of the Environment. It is the official animal symbo

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  • Japanese river otter
  • ニホンカワウソ
  • Japanse otter
  • Японская выдра
  • 日本水獺
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  • ニホンカワウソ(日本川獺)は、日本に棲息していたカワウソの一種。ユーラシアカワウソの一亜種 Lutra lutra nippon または独立種 Lutra nippon とされる。日本全国に広く棲息していたが、1979年(昭和54年)以来目撃例がなく、2012年(平成24年)に絶滅種に指定された。 なお、ニホンカワウソは1964年(昭和39年)6月27日に日本国の天然記念物に指定されたのち、翌1965年(昭和40年)には特別天然記念物に指定されている。また、愛媛県の県獣でもある。
  • De Japanse otter (Lutra nippon) is een uitgestorven soort otter die vroeger wijdverbreid was in Japan. In 1880 werd het zelfs gezien in Tokio. De populatie kromp plotseling in de jaren dertig, waarna het dier bijna verdween. Sindsdien is het slechts een paar keer waargenomen, in 1964 in de Japanse Binnenzee en in de Uwa-zee in 1972 en 1973. De laatste officiële waarneming was in het zuidelijke deel van de Kochi prefectuur in 1979, toen het werd gefotografeerd in de monding van de Shinjo-rivier in Susaki. Het werd vervolgens geclassificeerd als een "ernstig bedreigde" soort op de Japanse rode lijst. Op 28 augustus 2012 werd de Japanse otter officieel uitgestorven verklaard door het Japanse ministerie van milieu.
  • 日本水獺(学名:Lutra lutra whiteleyi、日语:ニホンカワウソ、日本漢字:日本川獺)是日本一種已滅絕的食肉目動物,屬鼬科水獺亞科水獺屬。
  • Японская выдра (лат. Lutra lutra whiteleyi) — вымерший подвид выдры, обитавший на Японских островах.
  • The Japanese river otter (Japanese: ニホンカワウソ(日本川獺 ー, Hepburn: Nihon-kawauso) (Lutra lutra whiteleyi) is an extinct variety of otter formerly widespread in Japan. Dating back to the 1880s, it was even seen in Tokyo. The population suddenly shrank in the 1930s, and the mammal nearly vanished. Since then, it has only been spotted several times, in 1964 in the Seto Inland Sea, and in the Uwa Sea in 1972 and 1973. The last official sighting was in the southern part of Kōchi Prefecture in 1979, when it was photographed in the mouth of the Shinjo River in Susaki. It was subsequently classified as a "Critically Endangered" species on the Japanese Red List. On August 28, 2012, the Japanese river otter was officially declared extinct by the Ministry of the Environment. It is the official animal symbo
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  • Eurasian otter
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  • The Japanese river otter (Japanese: ニホンカワウソ(日本川獺 ー, Hepburn: Nihon-kawauso) (Lutra lutra whiteleyi) is an extinct variety of otter formerly widespread in Japan. Dating back to the 1880s, it was even seen in Tokyo. The population suddenly shrank in the 1930s, and the mammal nearly vanished. Since then, it has only been spotted several times, in 1964 in the Seto Inland Sea, and in the Uwa Sea in 1972 and 1973. The last official sighting was in the southern part of Kōchi Prefecture in 1979, when it was photographed in the mouth of the Shinjo River in Susaki. It was subsequently classified as a "Critically Endangered" species on the Japanese Red List. On August 28, 2012, the Japanese river otter was officially declared extinct by the Ministry of the Environment. It is the official animal symbol of Ehime Prefecture. In February 2017, a wild otter was caught on camera on Tsushima Island, Nagasaki Prefecture. However, it is not known whether the observed otter was a Japanese river otter.
  • ニホンカワウソ(日本川獺)は、日本に棲息していたカワウソの一種。ユーラシアカワウソの一亜種 Lutra lutra nippon または独立種 Lutra nippon とされる。日本全国に広く棲息していたが、1979年(昭和54年)以来目撃例がなく、2012年(平成24年)に絶滅種に指定された。 なお、ニホンカワウソは1964年(昭和39年)6月27日に日本国の天然記念物に指定されたのち、翌1965年(昭和40年)には特別天然記念物に指定されている。また、愛媛県の県獣でもある。
  • De Japanse otter (Lutra nippon) is een uitgestorven soort otter die vroeger wijdverbreid was in Japan. In 1880 werd het zelfs gezien in Tokio. De populatie kromp plotseling in de jaren dertig, waarna het dier bijna verdween. Sindsdien is het slechts een paar keer waargenomen, in 1964 in de Japanse Binnenzee en in de Uwa-zee in 1972 en 1973. De laatste officiële waarneming was in het zuidelijke deel van de Kochi prefectuur in 1979, toen het werd gefotografeerd in de monding van de Shinjo-rivier in Susaki. Het werd vervolgens geclassificeerd als een "ernstig bedreigde" soort op de Japanse rode lijst. Op 28 augustus 2012 werd de Japanse otter officieel uitgestorven verklaard door het Japanse ministerie van milieu.
  • 日本水獺(学名:Lutra lutra whiteleyi、日语:ニホンカワウソ、日本漢字:日本川獺)是日本一種已滅絕的食肉目動物,屬鼬科水獺亞科水獺屬。
  • Японская выдра (лат. Lutra lutra whiteleyi) — вымерший подвид выдры, обитавший на Японских островах.
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