Hundreds of boars carrying highly radioactive material are reportedly stalking residents of the Japanese town of Fukushima six years after the meltdown of the nuclear plant.
These city officials worry that these boars will attack returning residents. Some of these animals are reportedly living in abandoned homes.
“We need a strong hunting plan,” Hidekiyo Tachiya, the mayor of a nearby town called Soma. “I wish for the day to come when we can eat wild game again.”
Hunters have been reportedly hired and have so far killed about 800.
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