Many dogs were left behind by their owners after the nuclear disaster that hit the Chernobyl Power Plant. These dogs were able to figure out how to survive in the woods since their descendants’ owners were banned from taking them to safety.
– There are around 300 stray dogs in the exclusion zone in Ukraine.
– These dogs are descendants of the other dogs who were left behind by their owners.
– The dogs were left behind because of the nuclear disaster back in 1986.
Stray dogs live in the exclusion zone. One dog in particular is just a baby but lost its mom to a wolf.
Guides at the Chernobyl power plant try to look out for these dogs as much as they can. There are around 300 stray dogs in the exclusion zone.
Most of the dogs carry increased levels of radiation in their fur and only few live beyond six years.
These dogs also have no proper shelter and have to endure the winters with nothing but their fur.
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