Mysterious and wild Chernobyl got snapped biologistPictolic
Global success of the series about the Chernobyl accident revived interest in an isolated area. Biologist Sergey Gusak watching the wildlife of Chernobyl since 1990. Using trail cameras he explores the ecology of the affected area. The equipment helps find out what is happening in Chernobyl 30 years after the accident.
Wildlife is rapidly restored in the absence of people. Biologist found in the exclusion zone animal, which previously were not lived. The local variety is growing, despite the still high level of radiation. Camera traps recorded unique biodiversity. Radioactive area is home to elk, deer and even Przewalski's horses, which previously were never there.
Brown bears and the wolves became absolute masters of the wild forests of Chernobyl. Predators feel at ease on a deserted territory. While wild nature erases traces of the past activities of people, animals successfully acquire radioactive Polesie. Bison migrated to the Chernobyl zone of neighboring Belarus. Appeared capercaillie, black grouse and black storks who love wild places and are on the verge of extinction. The Ministry of environment has already made a proposal to the Chernobyl reserve.