The unnamed cubs are the first white tigers born in captivity in Japan, and at six weeks they weigh in at a healthy five kilograms or about 11 pounds.
With fewer than 200 of the species left in the wild, eager visitors were happy to stand in line for over an hour to get the first peek at the rare felines.
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Japan marks the 2 year anniversary of the earthquake and tsunami that killed some 20,000.
On March 11th, 2011 a tsunami wave triggered by the 9.0 magnitude earthquake washed ashore and destroyed everything in its path.
A zebra is on the lose at a zoo in Tokyo. But not to worry it’s the staff at a Japanese zoo holding the annual animal escape drill. The words spreads quickly. Visitors are rushed to safety and the staff secure the exits with nets.
They may look like a massive colony of ants at first sight, but the extraordinary time-lapse video shows hundreds of thousands of people queuing for a comic book convention in Tokyo, Japan. The convention which is known as Comiket is the largest self-published comic book fair held in the world.
Paranormal? Not really. Rather a multi-billion dollar underground surge tank protecting the Japanese capital from the yearly onslaught of typhoons and storms, many similar in force to Hurricane Sandy which recently caused havoc in the US.
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The video would definitely make even the most experienced flyer think twice before buying their next plane ticket. The terrifying footage posted on the internet shows the bumpy landing made by a jet which had almost 200 passengers on board skidded across a runway after coming in to land.
Talk about perfect timing! When it comes to synchronization, the Japanese are probably going to win hands down! In the video from 2009 which just went viral again, several Japanese gymnasts are performing. The troupe is from Aomori University, Japan and can very easily be accredited with performing a near-about perfect show!
Read and Watch Japanese Gymnasts Perfectly Synchronize Their Routine
The Tokyo, Japan-based electronics giant announced Monday that the NGP will be officially named the PlayStation Vita. The PS Vita will sport a quad-core processor and quad-core graphics, as well as dual analog sticks and front and rear camera. MORE