Friday, 18 September 2009

Two Wolves On A Foggy Morning In Chernobyl

Wolves in a forest in the exclusion zone around the Chernobyl nuclear reactor during a foggy morning near the abandoned village of Borshchevka, which is situated in the radiation ecology reserve. Wildlife in the exclusion zone increased despite the radiation, since people left the area after the 1986 nuclear disaster.
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  1. Ahhhhhhhh bless! God protects his creation and what they don't know dont effect them. xxx

  2. What you can't see on them are the three extra heads growing out of the tips of their tails.

  3. Chazza, yeah, they don't notice the different and quite welcome the extra night vision they have from glowing-in-the-dark :-)

    Coop, kinda like a back-to-front Cerberus, I like it!

  4. Good to know that there is an increase in wildlifes in this area! Nice photos

  5. Pete, yeah, they can completely roam the area free from human interference.


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