Abandoned: Inside Fukushima’s nuclear disaster exclusion zone, in pictures – Telegraph

Not long after the accident cows started to get mysterious white spots on their skin. A farm owner suspects that this is due to the cows eating contaminated grass. He is trying to publicise the case, he is in contact with the media, and protests in front of the Japanese parliament, even taking one of his cows. Unfortunately, apart from financial support and regular testing of the cows? blood, there is no one who is willing to finance more extensive tests.

Picture: Arkadiusz Podniesinski/REX Shutterstock

 

A photographer has taken stunning and revealing pictures from inside the exclusion zone set up after the 2011 Fukushima nuclear disaster. Photographer and filmmaker Arkadiusz Podniesinski visited abandoned toxic towns and villages that once housed hundreds of thousands of people inside the 20km zone.

Source: Abandoned: Inside Fukushima’s nuclear disaster exclusion zone, in pictures – Telegraph

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