Radioactive boars have taken over towns abandoned after Fukushima

It's been nearly six years to the day since a tsunami smashed into Fukushima, Japan, ruining the power and cooling systems of three nuclear reactors. The result was a "nuclear accident."

Residents could no longer live there without great risk of radiation poisoning. Officials set up a perimeter for miles around the reactors, known as an exclusion zone. Now, former residents of four towns inside that zone are being invited back, but officials have found these towns have new inhabitants. 

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