Chernobyl Study Reveals Radioactive Impact On Ecosystem Almost 30 Years Later

Sean Mahoney - Author

Nov. 28 2017, Updated 3:39 a.m. ET

A Chernobyl study has revealed massive meat eating plants, 6 legged wolves and glowing three-headed rabbits that speak fluent Italian, German and some English. Just kidding.

But, while not quite as exotic, a recently released study on the area around Chernobyl has made some astonishing finds. The results of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster are still in evidence almost 30 years later and the radiation released continues to impact the surrounding ecosystem, the Chernobyl study confirmed.

With the recent, and ongoing, nuclear disaster in Fukushima, the study sheds light on what may be in store for that area of Japan as well as the ongoing, long term costs to the environment associated with any future nuclear disasters.

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Since 1986, when the Chernobyl nuclear power plant blew up, much of what was in the surrounding area of Chernobyl died. But what’s strange is that since then, very little has changed, and that’s what prompted the study.


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