Chinese ibises to arrive in Japan this month
A pair of crested ibises, an endangered bird, are expected to
arrive in Japan from China around the end of January to help Japan's
efforts to breed the birds, the Japanese Environment Agency said Jan.
9. Chinese President Jiang Zemin promised Emperor Akihito during his
visit to Tokyo last November that China will present the two crested
ibises, which were artificially bred in the country. The photo shows
the pair of crested ibises -- male You You and female Yang Yang.
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