Don’t pet the pups in Chernobyl because of radioactivity


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Don’t pet the pups in Chernobyl because of radioactivity

Filmmaker Drew Scanlon (who also happens to be the blinking white guy in a meme used to express incredulity all over the internet) made a short documentary about the animals that roam the contaminated Chernobyl Exclusion Zone (CEZ), Motherboard reported Wednesday.

In the wake of the catastrophic Chernobyl nuclear power plant disaster in 1986, individuals rushed to evacuate, and lots of were required to desert their pet canines.

Now, like some type of atomic-age fairy tale, the feral descendents of those deserted animals roam the ghost towns within the Chernobyl Exemption Zone (CEZ), a spot of land 1,000 square miles around the damaged plant where contamination is most extreme.

These radioactive young puppies have multiplied in the wilds of nuclear fallout, and are profiled in the above documentary “Puppies of Chernobyl” by filmmaker Drew Scanlon, who takes place to also be the man in the Blinking White Guy meme.

In addition to gifting the world among the most beloved response gifs of all time, Scanlon is producing a travel series called Fabric Map, which led him to meet some of Chernobyl’s approximated 900 stray pets.

They are part of a renewal of animal populations at the site, which is nearly totally without individuals, and the accordant eco-friendly damage that typically comes with human inhabitants. Wolves made a major resurgence in the CEZ over the past 3 years, and boars, deer, and elk have flourished in the lack of settlements.

It might be as long as 20,000 years prior to the location is safe for human habitation again, so this turf will stay mostly undisturbed for the foreseeable future. Due to the fact that the fallout pups could bring dangerous radioactive particles in their fur, visitors are warned not to touch them.

This results in some agonizing shots in the documentary, starring young puppies who appear to actually yearn for a friendly head-pat or belly-rub from the travellers.

 

Watch Puppies of Chernobyl below.

If you want to help the fallout puppies, check out one of the fundraising efforts to provide medical care and comfort to the dogs of Chernobyl.

H/T Motherboard

Read the full article : https://www.dailydot.com/upstream/puppies-of-chernobyl/

 

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