Kyodo News Agency reported on February 10 that the amendment to the Nature Park Law under discussion by the Ministry of Environment of Japan not only prohibits feeding bears and other wild animals in parts of the National Park and National Park, but also imposes a new fine of less than 300,000 yen (about 3000$).
According to the report, wild animals fed are no longer afraid of human beings.
It is common to wander on the streets of Japan’s urban areas or attack human beings, and Japan’s Ministry of Environment has taken countermeasures to this end.
The government and the ruling party coordinated and tried to finalize it at the cabinet meeting in early March.
The amendment stipulates that feeding on mammals or birds is not allowed in “special areas” where endangered species birds and animals live in large quantities.
The central government and the staff of the prefecture can direct the food feeder to stop it. If he refuses to obey, he will be fined.