By MASATOSHI MACHIDA/ Staff Writer
January 24, 2021 at 08:00 JST
KAGOSHIMA--A dwarf shrub species of the nettle family, believed extinct in Japan for about a century, was recently found to be thriving in the wild on Amami-Oshima island, part of southern Japan's Kagoshima Prefecture. [Read More]
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