Don’t Touch the Wildlife on Campus

2022-04-14 update

  • Health Info

You may encounter various creatures on campus.

Crows, wasps, etc. are very nervous during the nesting period (from now on in the summer,) and you may be attacked just by passing nearby. Please be careful not to approach.

Dogs, raccoon dogs, cats, etc. are also on the watch list. They may suddenly bite or scratch you. If you see these animals, do not approach them carelessly or touch them. Not only trauma but also infectious diseases may occur.

Avoid touching dead animals. It may have died of a disease that could be transmitted to humans. Feces or urine may also contain pathogens that can infect humans. Be careful not to touch it carelessly, and wash your hands thoroughly with soap if you accidentally touched it.

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