Puppies of Chernobyl rescued from fallout zone to be adopted
These adorable stray puppies have been rescued from the chemical wasteland of Chernobyl and will find new homes in the US.
Nearly 350,000 people fled the region in the wake of the disaster on April 25, 1986, but many left their beloved pets behind.
Their descendants now live around the 30km exclusion zone and endure the bitterly harsh winters in Ukraine.
But for these 12 little dogs, they will be given a new life far away from the deserted nuclear power plant, thanks to the charity Clean Future Fund.
They will spend 45 days in quarantine at a shelter, where they are screened for radiation,... read more
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