"Earless" White Rabbit mutant born near the nuclear power plant emergency, "Fukushima-1"
About Japanese nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1", which, after an earthquake and tsunami March 11, 2011 is in the emergency sotojanija appeared radiation mutant — it was a white rabbit without ears. The appearance of the animal, of course, frightened residents of nearby settlements, writes 1obl.ru.
"The fear among humans. Parents fear that their children may be born with malignancies or genetic defects", — informs "Corriera TV".
Experts say that it is quite understandable event, saying that another consequence of the accident at the "Fukushima" was the impact on the biosphere. In addition, scientists believe that the environmental consequences of the accident will be more visible than on land and in the ocean, which was thrown over a thousand tons of radioactive water, said Hot-info.ru.
The first cases of mutations observed wildlife in Japan after the disaster at the nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1". Since recorded birth of a white rabbit without ears near the Japanese nuclear power plant "Fukushima-1", a radiation accident which occurred on March 11 as a result of the strongest during the observation of the earthquake in Japan.
The birth of an animal without ears made a strong impression on the residents of the nearby towns and villages. A nuclear power plant is located in the city of Okuma in Futaba district of Fukushima Prefecture. "Fear spread among people," — said «Corriera TV». "Parents fear that their children may be born with malignancies or genetic defects."
Immediately after the accident at the plant authorities evacuated all residents within a radius of 20 kilometers from the station. Later exclusion zone has been extended to 30 kilometers.
Meanwhile, on June 4 to the east of Japan's largest island of Honshu there was a new earthquake of magnitude 6.3 magnitude earthquake, according to the U.S. Geological Survey.
According to seismologists, the epicenter of the earthquake was occurred 270 kilometers east of the city of Iwaki and 412 kilometers northeast of Tokyo. Hearth tremors occur at a depth of 31 km. No tsunami threat, of casualties or damage were reported.