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Taro (タロ; 1955–1970) and Jiro (ジロ; 1955–1960) were two Sakhalin Huskies which survived for eleven months in Antarctica after being left behind by the 1958 Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. Due to poor weather conditions, the expedition was unable to airlift out 15 dogs, which were left chained and with only a few days' worth of food. Of these 15, seven of the dogs died on the chain, six of them disappeared, and two, Taro and Jiro, successfully overwintered and were discovered by the next research group the following spring. The dogs became a media sensation after their discovery, and became Japanese symbols of perseverance and fortitude. Jiro remained in Antarctica and died there as a working dog in 1960; Taro was brought to Japan, where he died in 1970. Both of their bodies were tax

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  • Taro (Wakkanai ottobre 1955 – Hokkaido 11 agosto 1970) e Jiro (Wakkanai, ottobre 1955 – Antartide 9 luglio 1960) sono stati due cani da slitta, fratelli e coetanei, di razza (Karafuto-Ken), impiegati presso la base antartica giapponese Shōwa. Sono divenuti celebri perché, dopo essere stati abbandonati, sono riusciti a sopravvivere alle rigide temperature antartiche e sono stati ritrovati al rientro alla base degli esploratori giapponesi, dopo quasi un anno. Dalla storia di Taro, Jiro e degli altri cani della spedizione sono tratti i film Antarctica e 8 amici da salvare. (it)
  • タロ(1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1970年(昭和45年)8月11日)とジロ(1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1960年(昭和35年)7月9日)は日本による初期の南極地域観測隊に同行した樺太犬の兄弟である。南極に取り残されながら共に生存し、1年後に救出されたことで有名になる。 (ja)
  • Taro (タロ; 1955–1970) and Jiro (ジロ; 1955–1960) were two Sakhalin Huskies which survived for eleven months in Antarctica after being left behind by the 1958 Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. Due to poor weather conditions, the expedition was unable to airlift out 15 dogs, which were left chained and with only a few days' worth of food. Of these 15, seven of the dogs died on the chain, six of them disappeared, and two, Taro and Jiro, successfully overwintered and were discovered by the next research group the following spring. The dogs became a media sensation after their discovery, and became Japanese symbols of perseverance and fortitude. Jiro remained in Antarctica and died there as a working dog in 1960; Taro was brought to Japan, where he died in 1970. Both of their bodies were taxidermied and placed on display, and several monuments to the dogs have been erected in Japan. (en)
  • Taro i Jiro (jap. タロ と ジロ Taro to Jiro; także: タロウ と ジロウ Tarō to Jirō) – dwa japońskie psy pociągowe rasy , które przeżyły samodzielnie zimę na Antarktydzie. (pl)
  • Таро́ и Дзиро — два ездовых пса породы сахалинские хаски из японской антарктической экспедиции, выжившие без людей в течение года в Антарктиде (1958—1959). (ru)
  • Таро і Джиро — два їздових пси породи сахалінські хаскі японської полярної експедиції, що вижили без людей протягом року в Антарктиді (1958—1959). (uk)
  • 太郎(タロ、1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1970年(昭和45年)8月11日)與次郎(ジロ、1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1960年(昭和35年)7月9日)是日本在早期的南極地域觀測隊中,與隊伍同行的薩哈林哈士奇(樺太犬)兄弟。牠們被遺留在南極1年後仍然生存,後來被救出的事件在日本為相當有名。 (zh)
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  • Taro (Wakkanai ottobre 1955 – Hokkaido 11 agosto 1970) e Jiro (Wakkanai, ottobre 1955 – Antartide 9 luglio 1960) sono stati due cani da slitta, fratelli e coetanei, di razza (Karafuto-Ken), impiegati presso la base antartica giapponese Shōwa. Sono divenuti celebri perché, dopo essere stati abbandonati, sono riusciti a sopravvivere alle rigide temperature antartiche e sono stati ritrovati al rientro alla base degli esploratori giapponesi, dopo quasi un anno. Dalla storia di Taro, Jiro e degli altri cani della spedizione sono tratti i film Antarctica e 8 amici da salvare. (it)
  • タロ(1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1970年(昭和45年)8月11日)とジロ(1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1960年(昭和35年)7月9日)は日本による初期の南極地域観測隊に同行した樺太犬の兄弟である。南極に取り残されながら共に生存し、1年後に救出されたことで有名になる。 (ja)
  • Taro i Jiro (jap. タロ と ジロ Taro to Jiro; także: タロウ と ジロウ Tarō to Jirō) – dwa japońskie psy pociągowe rasy , które przeżyły samodzielnie zimę na Antarktydzie. (pl)
  • Таро́ и Дзиро — два ездовых пса породы сахалинские хаски из японской антарктической экспедиции, выжившие без людей в течение года в Антарктиде (1958—1959). (ru)
  • Таро і Джиро — два їздових пси породи сахалінські хаскі японської полярної експедиції, що вижили без людей протягом року в Антарктиді (1958—1959). (uk)
  • 太郎(タロ、1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1970年(昭和45年)8月11日)與次郎(ジロ、1955年(昭和30年)10月 - 1960年(昭和35年)7月9日)是日本在早期的南極地域觀測隊中,與隊伍同行的薩哈林哈士奇(樺太犬)兄弟。牠們被遺留在南極1年後仍然生存,後來被救出的事件在日本為相當有名。 (zh)
  • Taro (タロ; 1955–1970) and Jiro (ジロ; 1955–1960) were two Sakhalin Huskies which survived for eleven months in Antarctica after being left behind by the 1958 Japanese Antarctic Research Expedition. Due to poor weather conditions, the expedition was unable to airlift out 15 dogs, which were left chained and with only a few days' worth of food. Of these 15, seven of the dogs died on the chain, six of them disappeared, and two, Taro and Jiro, successfully overwintered and were discovered by the next research group the following spring. The dogs became a media sensation after their discovery, and became Japanese symbols of perseverance and fortitude. Jiro remained in Antarctica and died there as a working dog in 1960; Taro was brought to Japan, where he died in 1970. Both of their bodies were tax (en)
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  • Taro and Jiro (en)
  • タロとジロ (ja)
  • Taro e Jiro (it)
  • Taro i Jiro (pl)
  • Таро и Дзиро (ru)
  • Таро і Джиро (uk)
  • 太郎與次郎 (zh)
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