The Natural History of Chernobyl

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30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster, wildlife and wild animals are thriving in the radioactive Chernobyl exclusion zone. People are still restricted from inhabiting this contaminated area, and yet the incredible biodiversity than can be found here has flourished due to the absence of humans.

The Natural History of Chernobyl. Gray wolves are more abundant in the Chernobyl Exclusion Zone that in surrounding areas. Bears, wild boars, lynxes, otters, are all found in what is often referred to as the Chernobyl Nature Reserve, on account of this abundance of life.

But what are the causes of this diversity? What are the consequences?

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