By YUKIO KONDO/ Staff Writer
September 17, 2021 at 08:00 JST
The Japanese wolf fangs go on display June 29 in Omachi, Nagano Prefecture. (Yukio Kondo)
OMACHI, Nagano Prefecture--Fangs deemed to be from an extinct Japanese wolf species that people in bygone times wore as talismans to ward off evil were found by a curator combing through the collection of the city-run Omachi Alpine Museum here. [Read More]
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