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+ - Plants Near Chernobyl Adapt to Contaminated Soil

Submitted by lbalbalba
lbalbalba (526209) writes "In April 1986, a nuclear reactor at the Chernobyl power plant in Ukraine exploded and sent radioactive particles flying through the air, infiltrating the surrounding soil. Despite the colossal disaster, some plants in the area seem to have adapted well, flourishing in the contaminated soil.
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