Fears Chernobyl virus ‘SPREADING’ across Europe after ‘infected’ wolves cross borders

From the Daily Star in the UK:

The Chernobyl disaster saw a nuclear power plant explode in 1986 – killing life around the town of Pripyat. 

Now, the area 65 miles north of Ukrainian capital Kiev is abandoned as the radiation is still too dangerous for humans to live there.

But wildlife has ventured back, including a pack of wolves.

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