Wild radioactive Fukushima boars breed like rabbits, ravage local countryside | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Wild radioactive Fukushima boars breed like rabbits, ravage local countryside

Northern Japan is raising an alarm, as the area surrounding the Fukushima Nuclear disaster zone has been overwhelmed by radioactive wild boars, whose population has increased dramatically over the past 4 years, as they breed freely in the exclusion zone.

With the number of animals steadily growing, the boar population has been devastating the crops of farms in the area. Since the nuclear disaster of 2011, damage to agriculture caused by boars in the Fukushima prefecture has doubled, amounting to some $15 million, according to a report from The Times. Boars also pose a threat to public safety, as reports of rampaging wild beast injuring local residents while roaming the streets have become more frequent over the past few years.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

We have wild boar here in Hawaii, brought here by the Polynesians as food animals, and their population is kept under control by hunting (bow and arrow only) as a food source. But this is not an option when the boars are contaminated.

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