Sergey Gusak showed what the animal looks like in Chernobyl.
Sergey Gusak, member of the international radioecology laboratory of Chernobyl center, set camera traps in the forest to explore the fauna in the exclusion zone. He established the Chernobyl forest chamber, which recorded incredible.
Black stork red book with building materials for nests
Another rare bird, the lesser spotted eagle.
In the 30-kilometer zone appeared bears, which in these parts was not more than 100 years!
Crane show in front of the camera
The female lynx with a cub at a watering hole
The boar takes a mud bath
Raccoon dog on a walk
Female deer with fawn
The calves barely have time for the mother
The wolves drove the deer
Wild hogs with piglets.
Several times a year in Chernobyl zone sent expeditions biologists carefully record the local animals. Now Sergey Gusak with colleagues ensured that the Chernobyl area was awarded protected status. I can’t believe that since these places has left the people, was only 31 years old. It’s amazing how quickly nature could restore life in a zone of technogenic catastrophe! It turns out that radiation is not so bad for animals as people …
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