The city of Sapporo is famous for its gorgeous beaches, but the city is not as popular as it once was.
As the city grew and tourism expanded, there were fewer and fewer people visiting the beaches.
In the last 10 years, Sapporo’s beach resorts have been getting the most attention from the international media.
A few weeks ago, the local newspaper reported that Sapporo had received more than 2.5 million visits to its beaches in the last 12 months.
The beach resort has been the subject of many news stories over the past few years, including the discovery of a massive fossilized shark that could be the oldest known shark to live in the oceans of Japan.
A recent study published in the Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology revealed that the shark, which lived around 3 million years ago, is the oldest living vertebrate to ever inhabit Japan’s waters.
While it is not clear what species this shark was, a close relative known as a pufferfish is thought to be the closest living relative.
The study also suggested that the puffer was able to move around underwater and swim at speeds greater than the speed of sound, which would make it a “living fossil” that was “hard to come by.”
The discovery of the shark could help solve the age-old question of whether or not pufferfishes lived in Japan, as well as the question of how long they lived.
Sapporo City Hall recently held a public event to celebrate the discovery and the existence of the fossil shark.
The event was also attended by representatives from the local museum and Sapporo Tourism, as a way to thank the people who have contributed to the discovery.
“The discovery of this specimen is a great news, and we are hoping to put it on display in the future, too,” said Sapporo Mayor Yukio Kondo.