Ko sada živi u ČERNOBILJU i u zabranjenoj zoni oko njega? (FOTO)

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    Ko sada živi u ČERNOBILJU i u zabranjenoj zoni oko njega? (FOTO)

    Godine 1986, 26. aprila reaktor broj četiri je eksplodirao u Černobilju. Posledica toga (između ostalog) bio je oblak radioaktivnih čestica koji se širio Evropom. To je bila najgora nuklearna katastrofa na svetu.

    Oko 350 000 ljudi bilo je evakuisano nakon eksplozije.

    Danas, zonu oko Černobilja i nuklearne elektrane skoro da ne naseljavaju ljudi, osim male grupe „lokalaca“ koji su ostali u zabranjenoj zoni.

    Ali kontaminirana oblast je sada naseljena raznolikom zajednicom divljih životinja. Naučnici još uvek istražuju kako na životinje utiče izloženost radijaciji, ali mnoge studije do sada ukazuju na neverovatan napredak i mnogobrojnost u zabranjenoj zoni oko Černobilja: odsustvo ljudi.

    “Priroda „cveta” kada se ljudi “isele”, čak i nakon najgore nuklearne nesreće na svetu”, rekao je za “National Geographic” Džim Smit, naučnik koji istražuje životnu sredinu u blizini Černobilja.

    Iako su studije pokazale da radijacija negativno utiče na živa bića, neki naučnici kažu da nije zahvaćena cela populacija.

    Prema rečima nemačkog istraživača zoologije Orizaole, koji je proučavao efekte zračenja na žabe u okolini Černobilja, može biti da životinje imaju veću otpornost na radijaciju nego što smo ranije mislili.

     

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    In the Exclusion Zone (30km). “Chernobyl is the name of a city situated in northern Ukraine near the border with Belarus. Chernobyl was largely abandoned following the disaster at the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant located 14.5 kilometres (9 miles) away. The city is now within the 30Km Exclusion Zone that surrounds the Nuclear Power Plant. Prior to its evacuation Chernobyl was inhabited by 16,000 people but is now populated only by Zone administrative personnel, some of those involved in decommissioning the power plants and a number of residents who refused to leave their homes or subsequently returned.” Here shown also the DUGA “Russian Woodpecker” radar and a close look (not so close *sigh*) to the Sarcophagus. And some lovely animals, glowing healthy and very friendly to humans. #chernobylzone #chernobyl #urbex #chernobyldisaster #chernobylanimal #foxesofinstagram #catsofinstagram #duga #exploring #travelphotography #nofilter #smalladventures #travellingalone #graffiti #ussr #nuclearreactor #decontamination

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    Meet the dogs of Chernobyl | The abandoned pets that formed their own canine community. Hundreds of stray dogs have learned to survive in the woods around the exclusion zone – mainly descendants of those left behind after the nuclear disaster, when residents were banned from taking their beloved pets to safety.⠀ ______________________________⠀ ❗Click the link in our bio 👉 and take a tour to Chernobyl Zone⠀⠀⠀ _____________________________⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Picture taken from 🚷 Chernobyl Exclusion Zone 📛 🧟‍♀️ 🧟‍♂️⠀⠀ Credits : Julie McDowall⠀ ______________________________⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⚠ Follow us @CHERNOBYLwelcome⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⚠ Tag photos from your trip with #chernobylwelcome #chernobyltour⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ______________________________⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ We also get in touch through these: ⠀️⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ #Chernobyl #Pripyat #abandonedplaces #decay #decay_nation #decay_and_style #abandonedafterdark #abandoned_junkies #abandonedearth #urbex #urbexpeople #urbexworld #urbexphotography #urbex_supreme #urbandecay #urbanexploration #urbanphotography #urbanromantix #forgottenplaces #ruins #ukraine #stalker #urban

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