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The number of people injured by wild deer at Nara Park, a major tourist attraction in the city of Nara, has hit a record high of 200 in the current fiscal year, with non-Japanese, many of them tourists, accounting for some 80 percent of those wounded, the Nara Prefectural Government said Tuesday.

The number of those injured has quadrupled over the five years to fiscal 2018.

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