Worms inhabiting the radioactive zone near the nuclear power plant in the Ukrainian city of Chernobyl have begun reproducing by syngenesis and have
ceased unisexual reproduction. Ukrainian scientists hypothesize that the changes in sexual behavior have taken place because they raise the chances of
thee species to survive. The discovery was the first direct evidence proving that the radioactive contamination has affected natural fauna
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