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Canada These wild animals repopulate the radioactive zone of Fukushima (VIDEO)

17:15  24 november  2020
17:15  24 november  2020 Source:   gentside.com

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This video was Originally a Three hour long video . I edited it to include ONLY ENGLISH translation into a little over one hour. laboratory animals - probably because of the stress of living in the wild 45 He neglects to say that parts of Fukushima ALSO have VERY HARMFUL Plutonium, ETC ETC

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Ces animaux sauvages repeuplent la zone radioactive de Fukushima (VIDÉO) © Provided by Gentside These wild animals repopulate the radioactive zone of Fukushima (VIDEO)

The Fukushima disaster has left its mark. Nine years after the greatest nuclear disaster in the history of Japan , nature has taken back its rights. In March 2011, an earthquake of magnitude 9 on the Richter scale caused a tsunami that hit the city of Fukushima, in the northeast of the archipelago, causing the explosion of 3 reactors of the nuclear power plant built by the ocean. Since then, the area has been completely evacuated of its 80,000 inhabitants, and abandoned for nearly a decade.

Nature has taken back its rights

This new virgin territory has since been the subject of numerous studies, in particular by researchers at the University of Georgia, who have made rather surprising discoveries. Indeed, on January 6, 2020, the scientific journal Journal of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment published a study in which they found that of many species of wild animals have abundantly repopulated this uninhabited area , like monkeys, hares, foxes, and even black bears.

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Hundreds of the animals , which have been known to attack people when enraged, descended from surrounding hills and forests into towns left deserted "It is not really clear now which is the master of the town, people or wild boars," Mayor Tamotsu Baba said. "If we don't get rid of them and turn this

This prompted many Japanese residents to take up a new hobby - walking with Geiger-counters Not just his animals , but everyone’s. 8. Mutations There were a few small scale Fukushima discoveries. Feeling his superiors were inept for risking a colossal radioactive fallout, Yoshida disobeyed the

267,000 images and 20 listed animal species

To carry out this study, the scientists installed cameras on more than a hundred sites, in three areas with different levels of contamination: an area with the highest level of contamination to which access is strictly prohibited, an area with an intermediate contamination level whose access is restricted and subject to conditions, and an area with a low level of contamination in which the populations are authorized to stay.

After 120 days of monitoring, scientists were able to obtain more than 267,000 pictures and have listed nearly twenty different species.

Journal of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment © Provided by Gentside Journal of Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment No indication of the state of health of the animals

Contrary to all expectations, these are the areas where access is strictly forbidden to humans, therefore most contaminated areas, which present the most pictures of wild animals . However, the study specifies that the presence of the animals does not give any information about their state of health.

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Naoto Maisumura, the radioactive man, is risking his life to save the abandoned animals in Tomioka - a town that used to house 16,000 people before the Fukushima disaster. Why don't you come and join U-zoo to stay up to date with our videos and other animal stories

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"Our results show that the level of human activity, altitude and habitat type are the main factors influencing the abundance of the species assessed, rather than the levels of radioactivity", explains Thomas Hinton, professor at the 'Institute of Environmental Radioactivity of the University of Fukushima.

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