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The 12 animals of the Zodiac are known as十二支 (juunishi) in Japanese. They are:子 (nezumi) - rat

丑 (ushi) - ox

寅 (tora) - tiger

卯 (usagi) - rabbit/hare

è¾° (tatsu) - dragon

å·³ (hebi) - snake

午 (uma) - horse

未 (hitsuji) - sheep/ram

申 (saru) - monkey

é…‰ (tori) - rooster

戌 (inu) - dog

亥 (inoshishi) - boar

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