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Did Chernobyl cause this? by woxys Did Chernobyl cause this? by woxys
Today I saw a documentary about wolves living in a Chernobyl area - this one seems to be really hit by radiation XD
Arctic wolf (Canis lupus arctos, vlk arkticky) from ZOO Brno, Czech republic :D one year old guy and a puppy :D
Here you can see first photos of baby wolf puppies born in 2012 - [link] :love: And a journal with photos of wolf mating: [link]




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:camera: Canon 500D + kit lens 55-250 IS
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INFO ABOUT THE ANIMAL:

Name: Arctic Wolf (Canis lupus arctos)
Location: Canadian Arctic and the northern parts of Greenland
Size: 1.8 m long, 79 cm high weight: 75 kg
Diet: Caribou, musk oxen, Arctic Hares, seals, ptarmigan, lemmings. Arctic wolves eat all their prey, also its bones and fur
Conservation status: common. They still live in the whole of its original range, because local conditions are too extreme for humans.
Interesting facts: mother gives birth to some 2-3 pups in May. Pups are born almost black as they get older, colour of their fur turns to white. Adults are completely white, even in summer | arctic wolves live in the pack of some 7-10 members. Only alpha male and alpha female mate | arctic wolves have shorter ears and nose than other wolves species. They also have thicker fur, shorter legs | they do not run too fast, their advantage is persistence
ZOO: to see exhibit of arctic wolves, click Here ;)

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reedymanedkelpie Featured By Owner Jan 23, 2013  Professional General Artist
The original designs, now outdated, were by GE (we have 23 just like them operating in the US now). GE specified the location, even though some on-site engineers had some doubts; architecture and construction was carried out by Japanese companies, and it was owned and operated by a Japanese company. The problems with siting, accidents, reporting of incidents, regulatory standards, are not unique to Fukushima -- they are par for the course in the nuclear industry worldwide. Just to name one disaster-in-waiting, there is a leaky reactor located on a fault line within 50 miles of New York City.
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BigPolarFox Featured By Owner Jan 24, 2013
50 miles?? And they don't care???!!!1111 Don't understand how it's possible. If that'ld blow... *knocks-the-wood* The Fukushima's xperience didn't taught'em, nor a Chernobyl?? They wanna see Fallout IRL????
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woxys Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013
I have been always interested in Chernobyl disaster ;)
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BigPolarFox Featured By Owner Jan 11, 2013
Well, how I saw, it affected not only a health. He was healthy, as they worked in short shifts, and every squad was there about a month, until changed by a next one. But he never likes to speak about it, all the speech like 'some returned healthy, some lost a hairs, some died in a few months' & so. Looks like it' a severe strike on psychic. Not a radiation. Fear of it, & watchin' a consequences.
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Puuronen Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Professional General Artist
Funny image! Well done!
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Silverbloodwolf98 Featured By Owner Jan 10, 2013  Hobbyist Digital Artist
I saw program about Chernobyl area and wolves,they wasn't ill at all,they were great and their puppies were great,but yes,they had much radiation in ...."body" ? Huh
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vulturandes Featured By Owner Jan 7, 2013  Hobbyist Traditional Artist
Ja ja ja XD!! :squeee:
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Shadow-o-Rabby Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013   General Artist
#x-Wolf-Paws-x has chosen to feature your piece. This has been placed in our featured folder at this time.
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Ayashi-saama Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013  Student Traditional Artist
<3 So lovely :D
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rebelwolfchris Featured By Owner Jan 6, 2013
Teehee! Is he shaking? Like shaking water off?
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