The world without us: Chernobyl

Nature has made a determined comeback In the 20 years since Chernobyl’s reactor No. 4 turned a bustling Soviet city into a ghost town. The people are gone, and in their place are now thriving populations of deer, elk, wild boar, wolves, and even lynx.

The world without us: Chernobyl

 

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  1. haunting and a perfect example that the world doesn’t need us to live on. We need the world in a near-perfect condition to live on her. I like the set, but the second picture gives me the chills especially!

  2. Fascinating pictures. The webbot has some chily predictions about “ill winds” circling the planet several times if reactor #4 at Fukushima goes. This could be the fate of Japan and North America as well.

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