Hamakita Warnings and Dangers

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    Wild Animals

    by taigaa001 Updated Mar 30, 2011

    In the forest park, wild animals such as monkeys, boars, and Japanese serows are spotted. Usually these animals do not attack humans unless they are incited. To prevent unfortunate incidents, park rangers of forest park ask the visitors the following.

    1. NEVER FEED THE ANIMALS. And don't let the animals have your foods while you are away from your packing.
    2. NEVER ENTER the area other than the walking trails.

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    • National/State Park

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    Earthquake Damage

    by taigaa001 Updated Mar 16, 2011

    So far, Hamamatsu area has not been affected neither 9.0 magnitude earthquake in Tohoku and north Kanto area nor March 15 earthquake measuring 6.4 in magnitude that hit eastern Shizuoka area. But be alerted. Don't enter the trails that are not allowed to enter. Check the info on Birdpia Hamakita should there be damaged area or impassable trails. Stone Lanterns and toriis are vulnerable to earthquake stay away from them should there be tremor. Hamakita Forest Park is safe from tsunami because it is high in altitude but be alerted for fires.

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