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Ōkunoshima

Japan
Ōkunoshima (大久野島) is a small island located in the Inland Sea of Japan. It is also known as Usagi Shima because of the numerous feral rabbits that live here and it is for that reason that draws many people here. Nobody knows for sure how the rabbits got here. Some say they are the result of a scientific testing while others theorize that some children on a school trip left the original settlers here.

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Climate

Average temperatures

Jan

8°C3
Precipitation: 45 mm

Feb

9°C4
Precipitation: 100 mm

Mar

10°C4
Precipitation: 123 mm

Apr

15°C6
Precipitation: 122 mm

May

18°C11
Precipitation: 94 mm

Jun

17°C14
Precipitation: 335 mm

Jul

22°C20
Precipitation: 232 mm

Aug

23°C18
Precipitation: 326 mm

Sep

24°C19
Precipitation: 230 mm

Oct

20°C16
Precipitation: 221 mm

Nov

15°C12
Precipitation: 93 mm

Dec

12°C8
Precipitation: 99 mm
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