Contaminated from Fukushima, In April, 13,000 Wild boars rampaging across Japan's countryside
4-11-16, WashPost -- Since the nuclear disaster of 2011, damage to Japan's agriculture caused by boars in the Fukushima prefecture has doubled, amounting to some $15 million. Wild pigs/boars also pose a threat to public safety, as reports of rampaging wild beast injuring local residents while roaming the streets have become more frequent over the past few years.
Some hunters have attempted to bury these bodies in their own yards, only to have them dug back up by dogs. The best solution would be incinerating the bodies, which requires a special facility that can filter out radioactive materials to prevent the resulting smoke from blanketing nearby areas and contaminating them. One such facility exists in the city of Soma, but the $1.4 million crematorium’s capacity is severely limited. It can only handle three boars a day (or 21 a week, which is only 1,092 each year; not quite 13,000). More
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