over the past 27 years Chernobyl has been reclaimed by wild life plants and trees,once endangered species are now growing in huge numbers,and the
radiation seems to have little to non effect on them, all the animals look very healthy,yesterday i watched this documentary and it was probably one
of the best i have seen in a long time,i was shocked to see how well life can flourish in an highly radioactive environment,and it has given me hope
that in the event of ww3 life could definitely continue.
edit on 10-8-2013 by SupersonicSerpent because: (no reason given)
edit on 10-8-2013 by SupersonicSerpent because: (no reason
Nature sure doesn't take long to reclaim what's hers, does she? Perhaps they ought to make the exclusion zone a perm. thing and totally secondary to
what threat levels indicate into the future. Leave it for all time as a decaying monument to man's arrogance...even if it hadn't been enough to
teach us all, by itself.
chnoble should be human free for around 1000 or so years and no hunters go near it becouse of the contamination and the radiation has also been
beneficial for some species they seem to breed more ,fukushima will most likely become a wild life safe haven too.
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