Hunters deployed to kill radioactive wild boars as residents return to homes in Fukushima nuclear disaster zone

Hunters have been called in to kill radioactive wild boars that have taken over towns evacuated during the Fukushima nuclear disaster before their residents return.

Six years after Japan‘s devastating earthquake and tsunami triggered a nuclear meltdown at the Fukushima Daiichi power plant, four evacuated towns have been declared safe.

But there is concern over a risk posed by new residents, hundreds of wild boars, who can attack people or cause potentially fatal car crashes.

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A hunter preparing to shoot trapped wild boars in an

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