Revenge of the Exclusion Zone Wolves!
Chernobyl’s Radio-Active Wolves
Chernobyl exclusion zone (30 kilometre radioactive zone extending into SE Belarus) "hardened wolves" have landed themselves in seriously hot water… no, not the radioactive sort, exclusion zone wolves are already too hot to handle and don’t need to add to their problems soaking in the radioactive “hot tub” outside the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant😉 No this hot water is the kind that involves the attacking of dogs and livestock in Belarus in the Gomel region villages. Not to be recommended as consequently they are now the subject of a special operation – the hunters have become the hunted to catch them and are being hunted by police and hunters. 2012 statistics suggest that there are about 1,530 Belarusian wolves.
“Although the wolves didn’t injure any people, they did attack dogs and livestock.” Interfax
"A hardened wolf is the most dangerous type. In the last several days they killed 20 dogs, five calves, a pig, 15 rabbits and 15 hens in the village of Krasnoye. If a wolf is caught, its brains will be sent for a rabies check. Areas where the wolves have left their mark will be sprayed with a special anti-rabies agent.” ~ Anastasia Abashina, chief veterinary officer for the Braginsky district.
“More than 60 heads of cattle were killed by wolves in the Braginsky district, which borders the Chernobyl exclusion zone, in the last 11 months. Several years ago a wolf attacked a human but there has been no repeat since then.” ~ Anastasia Abashina
In conclusion, what else exactly is a hungry, radio-active exclusion zone wolf supposed to do when presumably, usual prey is scarce and the “hardened wolf” belly is grumbling inconsolably?!! And who exactly was it who poisoned hungry, radio-active exclusion zone wolf’s environment in the first place back in 1986 when the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant disaster did its worst? The exclusion zone wolves certainly didn’t survive this long in their poisoned environment by being as stupid as the human race who caused it!!
The Moscow Times