It’s one thing for people who live in cities like New York City, New York, being used to flocks of pigeons that surround some of the numerous city parks, or seagulls that like to wait around mall parking lots in hopes that people might drop some food when they get in and out of their vehicles. They’re considered often like the begging people seen on the sidewalks or downtown corridors.
However there are other exotic locations around the world where one might see animals being very social with human beings, almost like a different demographic that mingles through the cities. The following are 10 of the more interesting places to visit where you can up close and personal with animals you may not have imagined was possible.
The Rabbit Island in Japan
Okunshima is a very small island in Japan where the wild rabbits are not really shy from people. In fact, the long-haired citizens of this island can be found walking up to people who sit at the park with food. There are more than 700 rabbits that walk around the island that are more than happy to socialize with people.
Sheep in New Zealand
A very unique country that is often a great oasis for dreamers; especially since there are so many flocks of sheep to count. Interesting enough, there are way more sheep than there are people – about 34 million sheep against 4.4 million citizens in the country for a ratio of eight sheep for every person.