Thursday, March 9, 2017

Radioactive wild boars are taking over the Fukushima exclusion zone

When the exclusion zone was set up - with the surrounding towns population evacuated to a safe distance - hundreds of the wild boars, which have been known to attack people when enraged, descended from surrounding hills and forests into the deserted streets.  Now they roam the empty streets and overgrown garden's of Japan's deserted seaside town of Namie, foraging for food However, the people of Namie are scheduled to return to the town at the end of the month, which means the bloody-toothed interlopers have to be cleared. "It is not really clear now which is the master of the town, people or wild boars," said Tamotsu Baba, mayor of the town.  --

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