Chernobyl wildlife thriving after human inhabitants left

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​The horrible nuclear disaster hit Chernobyl in 1986, and most of the inhabitants left the place when the area became exposed to the high level of radiation. But radiation seemed to be less dangerous for wildlife than humans. A great abundance of huge mammals and carnivores has been detected living freely in the region with no obstructions whatsoever.


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