(WILDLIFE/CUTE ANIMAL VIDEOS) In Nara, Japan, deer roam the streets freely, happily, and protected from harm. In fact, there are about 1,200 wild sika deer that have free range of Nara Park and the city. Why? Deer have been considered sacred in Nara Park since the 1600s and serve as a symbol of good luck. The polite deer are even known to bow to people, offering a greeting in exchange for a snack. — Global Animal

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