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Despite (or thanks?) to the radioactivity threats the animal life in Chernobyl is blooming. In the past thirty years many exotic animals regained their right to live freely in the area and their population growth is tremendous. A few photos just to get an idea what you can meet there these days, starting with this proud Chernobyl small eagle posing with radioactivity sign on the background.
Also the rare European bisons are not so rare here.
Chernobyl European otter.
And Chernobyl fox.
Also a curious Chernobyl wolf has found a wild life cam.
There are a lot of wolves around as the prey is numerous.
"People won't be able to live in Chernobyl in next2,000 years", thinks vice-minister of nature and ecology of Ukraine. And because animals staying anyway she thinks they can make the largest European wildlife reserve there.
A few Chernobyl birds.
Including the woodpeckers.
And a few more Chernobyl Bisons upclose.
Hope you liked those photos !