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By Agence France-Presse in Washington ( China Daily )
Updated:2015-10-08 07:48:51
Comments Print Mail Large Medium SmallNearly 30 years after the Chernobyl nuclear disaster in Ukraine, elk, deer, boar and wolves are thriving in the exclusion zone deserted by humans, researchers have reported in an international study.The study, published on Monday in the journal Current Biology, shows there are at least as many of these mammals inside the 4,200-square-kilometer perimeter around the nuclear plant as in uncontaminated nature reserves.Researchers counted the animals using aerial observations of the zone that was devastated by an explosion in one of the plants nuclear reactors in April 1986.8.03KHot WordsPing-pong Olympic Champion in dispute with club over unpaid bonusesWant to divorce? Its a long line in Guangdong Beijings Chaoyang district: World’s fifth largest intelligence agencyDoubts over heroes authenticity grow with widening Internet access新型亚洲安全观(xin xing ya zhou an quan guan)China and JapanBaby princeFerry disasterBig BeijingMalaysian flightPhotoPalace Museums western part to open for first time in 90 yearsCold wave sweeps through ChinaChina faces tough test to qualify World Cup after lossTop 10 most competitive economiesFrench apple art wows ShanghaiNews you dont wanna miss over the National Day holidayChinaBusinessRegionalWorldSportsCold wave sweeps through ChinaNews you dont wanna miss over the National Day holidayChina chokes on pricey prawn scamIntegrated schools give students lessons in lifeCentury-old warship found on seabedVeterans to receive better income, pensions packageTu calls discovery lifesaving TCM giftOver 130,000 people in Guangxi evacuated after Typhoon MujigaeChina chokes on pricey prawn scamChina audit finds slow progress on major construction projects5 found dead on fishing boatSymposium hails Nobel Prize winnerRobots can help axe bad jobs, create more good jobsDrinks companies have their eyes on the ladiesMa calms investor concerns on AlibabaDidi Kuaidi gets nod in ShanghaiUber ups its ante in ChinaMeituan, Dianping merger set to create an O2O giantAudit finds key projects laggingChina takes a statistical advanceServiced offices find takers as SMEs chase convenienceChina subscribes to data standard to boost economic statisticsMeituan ready for $15b merger with DianpingOnline sales of luxury goods growing at healthy pace, says studyYoung man has bigger dream in small countyTen Full Coverage in Inner MongoliaNational Youth Games athlete village opensPanda lovers take Silk Road to SichuanSichuan province looking to sell its pears in BeijingWhen in Wuxi, do as the Wuxiers doMilan expo important platform for APP-ChinaJinjiang comes on global stage with its English websiteTea tourism expo attracts visitors in ZhanjiangHeading toward the beautiful countrysideHead of UN organization commends CIFITShandong to showcase agricultural strengthsBra of Victorias Secret values $2m at JewelFestChina and EU to resume investment talksGerman prosecutors raid Volkswagen officesObama apologizes for US airstrike mistake in AfghanistanMerkel, Hollande appeal to MEPs for EU unitySyrian army retake lost areas under fire cover of Russian warplanesClinton to detail sweeping plan to rein in Wall StreetDPRK urges US to sign peace treaty on Korean PeninsulaDubai Airshow 2015 to feature space agency, 3D printingDNA scientists win 2015 Nobel Prize for ChemistryJapanese PM reshuffles cabinet, key posts remain unchangedKajita, McDonald win Nobel physics prizePlayers to watch at 2015 Shanghai Rolex MastersRolex, a balance between tradition and innovationPlayers to watch at 2015 Shanghai Rolex MastersRolex, a balance between tradition and innovationShanghai Rolex Masters serves up top tennis talent to an eager fan baseBlatter faces 90 day suspension from FIFAHighlights at China Open in photosMickelsons value lies in intangiblesLahiri good for more than a laughZhang vows to do his homeworkOpen now closed to Chinese womenPetkovic apologizes for gaffeTodays Top NewsRussia dismisses US refusal to share intelligence in campaign in SyriaChina, US set relations in right directionChinas Forbidden City widens its reach to the publicBelarusian scoops literature award with journalistic effortsLeading aircraft manufacturer poised to export new fighter jetBusinessman aims to translate TCM to the worldVideoWhen Families Lose Their Only ChildMost PopularSpecialShanghai Rolex MastersIAAF World ChampionshipsColumnsRaymond ZhouOp RanaBerlin FangZhu YuanHuang XiangyangChen Weihua…| About China Daily | Advertise on Site | Contact Us | Job Offer | Expat Employment |Copyright 1995 -var oTime = new Date();
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