An anime character database of animals has been compiled for the first time, as the first “official” database of extinct animals in Japanese has been published.
The database, which was compiled by researchers from the National Museum of Natural History and the Kyoto University Center for Biological Sciences, was created with help from Japanese artist Ai Kaneko.
The new database contains about 10,000 animal species, many of which are extinct in Japan.
This list is compiled using images from the NNHL’s “anime characters database”, which was originally created to collect data on anime characters.
The Japanese anime industry is still struggling with the loss of anime characters and their stories.
But with the introduction of the anime characters database, the industry has been able to compile more accurate and detailed information on the animal characters in the industry.
The anime characters collection has already helped to bring back some of the more famous characters from anime.
In addition to Kaneki, the database also includes images of the characters and animal species that the characters have appeared in, like Sailor Moon, Sailor Venus and Princess Bubblegum.
It also includes a large number of images of animals, like lions, tigers and crocodiles.
The most important animal in the database is the Tundra Leopard, which the database contains at least six images of.
The Tundras are one of the most endangered species of wildlife in the world, which are often threatened with extinction.
The NNHM database is only the first step in a project that aims to gather more accurate information on animal species in Japan, Kaneka told CBC News.
Kanek, a professional photographer, said she wanted to gather as much information as possible about the animal kingdom in Japan before it was too late.
Kaneshiro Togashi, who has contributed to the database, said the first stage of the project involved finding out how many species there are, and the types of animals.
“What is the largest species in the animal world?”
“That was the main goal.
We decided to collect information about all the species in different kinds of animals and plants.”
Kanek told CBC that the database will help the Japanese industry to understand and preserve the animal worlds it produces.
She said that it is important to understand the natural world in order to preserve the habitats that nature has created for us.