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At a previous convention some fans told me about their family visiting England and taking photos of *rare* animals.

Sister England then visited Australia and took photos of Kangaroos.

Speaking of conventions: some of the SatW team will be at the MCM London Comic Con and at the London Film & Comic Con.


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Written by Dayvi
Illustrated by Jenny

4th April 2018

Tagged in Sister Japan England Japan


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3 months ago #9750017        
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Many a camera-wielding tourist in Southern Finland has been disappointed to learn that reindeer do not roam around every corner in Finland, and in order to see them, you'd have to travel to Lapland.
So they settle for something even rarer, and start snapping pictures of smiling and/or sober Finns.

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3 months ago #9749679        
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I guess nature and animals are exotic when you live in one of the most urbanised nations on Earth. If nature is what they like they are welcome to visit us in northern Sweden, we have little else than nature.

MikoGaid

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3 months ago #9749644        
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I thought India will be in the picture. Cows are sacred animals in India.

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3 months ago #9749664        
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Very, very true. Like, seriously. I live in an area of countryside just outside of Manchester, and the number of Japanese tourists who stop to take pictures of trees, animals or just anything. No joke, I literally saw a tourist take a picture of a fence post. I've even had a few pictures with Japanese tourists before.

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Ridz0805

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3 months ago #9749660        
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People like me rarely see a live cow, sheep or chicken so when ever I see a live cow when overseas I get excited especially near my university campus.
I am Singaporean by the way and currently studying overseas.

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2 months ago #9756368        
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I have nothing nonracist in my mind about this

TripCode

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2 months ago #9755372        
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I do this too. I rarely see farm animals, so when I go on trips where there are cow pastures on the sides of the road, I'll take at least a few dozen pictures.

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Epi

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3 months ago #9750322        
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Bizarrely, Kidlington in England turned into a Mecca for Chinese tourists, purplexing the locals.

http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/uk-england-oxfordshire-36733450

"(a resident) found visitors sat on benches in their garden eating packed lunches"

Agemegos

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3 months ago #9750246        
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Once when I lived in Canberra I was walking home from work and was surprised to encounter a tourist bus pulled up and a couple of dozen Japanese tourists on the nature strip talking photos of a kangaroo. The kangaroo was eating someone's rose bushes. Damn' skippies!

Mecharic

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I was biking in my area around Valley Forge (Historic Monument in the US) and saw a group of people from Asia (I honestly don't know where specifically) taking pictures of deer. Deer are a pest in my area, so it was surprising until I reasoned that zebra are probably a pest in Africa, and kangaroos are just another animal in Australia.

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