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Wild Animals Prefer Nuclear Exclusion Zones to Humans

January 10

The Nuclear Disaster of Fukushima in 2011 was a devastating event, combined with the severe earthquakes and terrifying tsunamis, resulting in the deaths of over 2,000 people in Japan. However, there are now new signs of life within the area, as wild animals are beginning to obtain the land and are reported to be thriving significantly.

The Fukushima Nuclear accident naturally resulted in an exclusion zone being enforced due to the extremely high levels of radiation in the area. This event shares large similarities with the Chernobyl Nuclear Disaster in 1986, with the immediate and extended areas being entirely excluded to humans.

A further surprising link between the two accidents is the revival of natural wildlife to both surrounding areas of the nuclear accidents. In recent years, there have been numerous reports concerning land, within Chernobyl and Pripyat, of wild animals returning to settle down in the nuclear infested areas.

The University of Georgia have been able to conduct research, where they have collected an estimate of 260,000 images of wildlife living successfully inside the exclusion zone. Their studies conclude that more than 20 different species have been identified.

“Our results represent the first evidence that numerous species of wildlife are now abundant throughout the Fukushima Evacuation Zone, despite the presence of radiological contamination” said James Beasley, an associate professor at the Savannah River Ecology Laboratory and the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources at the University.

In addition, with the current suffering and loss of wild animals currently taking place on the other side of the globe in the Australian fires, where estimates suggest that one billion animals have lost their lives. It raises the question as to whether wild animals would prefer to be left to their own devices and enabled to thrive, without human interference. In this instance, the human contribution towards climate change is the leading culprit for the events in Australia.


January 12, 2020 - Posted by | Fukushima 2020 | , , ,

1 Comment »

  1. I KNOW HERVE IS ANTINUCLEAR. He put the story up to illustrate a point.

    “Wild Animals Prefer Nuclear Exclusion Zones to Humans”
    Herve put this story Up, to show that animals will actually live in horribly radioactive areas where they are sick, they have normal life spans dramatically shortened in half or less.
    The most radionuclide poisoned place on earth at fukushima, four-fifths of their babies die in childbirth from malformation, miscarriages. Most do not live a year. Where most animals have tumors and bad immune systems. Many apecias of birds and insects cannot live. Monkeys have smalller heads.

    Dogs and foxes live of 2 to 4 years rather can 7 to 10 years. The animals would rather live in the fukushima exclusion zones, than live around squalid evil monkeys thats poison and kill, every other living thing in sight. Create trash everywhere and put it in fills that ooze into eveything. Have little sustainability.. Squalid fetid, evil monkeys that prefer smelly industrial, radioactive-chemical choked and pollution choked enclaves with pestcide, drugs, cosmetic, carbon tetrachoried, methyl mercury, cesium137 and uranium insured-drinking water. In frikkin cell radiation and car smog hell. And if you are anything, but a discusting mutated ugly, chemical laden-fetid monkey you are dead
    If they see a beatiful wild animal they shoot it! If they see anything of natures beauty a like butterfly, a hawk, a fluffy rabbit they kill it. Thow is how it is, in the moorlock chemical enclaves, they call civilization. Any life other than the poison-monkeys will be sadistaclly murdered on-sight.

    The article
    “Wild Animals Prefer Nuclear Exclusion Zones to Humans”
    is an odious piece of Pronuclear Propaganda but herve fully appreciates the irony of the situation in the industrial nucleoape hell we stupidly call civilization

    Comment by Anon135 | January 12, 2020 | Reply

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