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From Reuters:

KHRAPKOVO, Belarus (Reuters) – Wolf fur grows thickest in winter, so Belarussian hunter Vladimir Krivenchik only sets his traps once snow is on the ground.

He and his wife live on the edge of the Chernobyl exclusion zone – 2,600 square km (1,000 square miles) of land on the Belarus-Ukraine border that was contaminated by a nuclear disaster in 1986.

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