|Here are some living animals, including a giant salamander, beetles, tarantulas, field mice, and fish.
||More than 70 species of dragonfly live in Kitakyushu. Among these, Libellula angelina has been designated as a domestic endangered species by the Japanese Ministry of the Environment, but can still be found in a few areas of Kitakyushu.
||Kitakyushu’s tidal flats are distributed along the coast of the Suo Sea. Many organisms can be found here, including endangered species such as horseshoe crabs and small-scaled sillagos.
||The Murasakigawa River flows through the center of Kitakyushu. This diorama depicts the wildlife that live in the river, including fish like Oyanirami and Kamatsuka, birds like grebes and kingfishers.