• Members 31 posts
    Sept. 6, 2020, 6:05 a.m.

    So the exclusion zone (where the reactor/Chernobyl is), is inhabited by a lot of animals. They seem to live perfectly fine. Some do deal with deformities and health problems, but for the most part, they seem to be doing quite well. Do you think this could result in more people moving back?

  • Members 27 posts
    Sept. 7, 2020, 4:24 p.m.

    To some extent sure. But you have to consider that those animals may not be living great lives. Consider that they may have many forms of cancers, and deformities, and other ailments. Just because there are a lot of animals thriving, doesn't mean it's safe for everyone.

  • Members 28 posts
    Sept. 26, 2020, 8:42 p.m.

    There's a difference. The animals there choose to live there. We can't stop them from doing so, but humans can be stopped. And we know full well, that there are dangers in the area, so why would we want to be so close to such an area? As well, the animals know no difference. They don't know they're deformed or dealing with cancers and other health conditions.

    But we humans know the dangers and choose to not live around there.

  • Members 27 posts
    Sept. 28, 2020, 10:02 p.m.

    Yeah what Aaron said pretty much. The inevitable truth is that the animals there don't have any choice. They are born there, die there and it rinces and repeats. As sad as that is, that's the nature of the area now. Humans shouldn't live there, because they will start to get sick just like the animals.

  • Members 27 posts
    Sept. 30, 2020, 2:09 p.m.

    Yeah, we don't need to live there, the animals really have no other choice. They don't know it's a dangerous area to live. I bet you, the animals have no mind about any health problems.

    We're free to do whatever we want, animals are just there doing their thing. They just don't know any better.