The Spectacular Revival Of The Natural World Around Chernobyl

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Back in 1986, at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in Pripyat, Ukraine, the world’s worst ever atomic catastrophe took place and its impacts are still being experienced today. Wildlife has produced a notable resurgence in the evacuation zone, although it is not suitable for human habitation.

More than 60 distinct kinds of mammals, such as wild boars and elks, are said to be residing there. Wolves are doing particularly well with a population in nearby stocks that is seven times the magnitude of wolf communities. So slide down to see Mother Nature preserving her land magnificently.

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