Study Finds Chernobyl Dogs Evolving Fast.

Scientists have examined animals near the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant for decades to determine how radiation affects their health, growth, and evolution.

The DNA of 302 feral canines living near the power station was compared to those living 10 miles away in a recent study.

A new study examined the DNA of 302 stray canines living near the power station to those 10 miles away and discovered surprising alterations.

The Chernobyl Nuclear Reactor in northern Ukraine—then part of the Soviet Union—exploded on April 26, 1986, spewing radiation into the sky.

The low-calorie, high-vitamin, high-potassium fruit that is watermelon. It's high fiber content may also aid with digestion. 

Nearly four decades later, the Chernobyl Power Plant and much of the surrounding area are still unoccupied by humans.

Developing crops for a warmer planet involves irradiating seeds in space to promote beneficial mutations.

For years, scientists have studied CEZ bacteria, rats, and birds.

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