Radioactive wild boars still run wild in Germany, 28 years after Chernobyl
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Nuclear radiation doesn't just... go away.
Saxony boars are particularly affected because of heavy rain in the region directly after the disaster, and "their diet of mushrooms and other plants that store radiation."