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  • Chernobyl wildlife at trap camera sight

    Chernobyl wildlife at trap camera sight

    Once got in astonishment from the trail cameras results, it is hardly possible to avoid the wish to repeat these emotions more and more. This passion is like narcomania, and poignant waiting is treated only by new pictures and new cameras. Though pure scientific interest was in the beginning, it is easy to lose the [...]

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  • The trail camera in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    The trail camera in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    Over 6 years American scientists together with International Radioecology Laboratory (Slavutych, Ukraine) collected a lot of amazing shots: elk (European moos), red deer, roe deer, wild boar, fox, hare, badger, Przevalsky horse, raccoon dog, beaver, otter, polecat, hedgehog and some birds got into the frames. That time we used to apply white flash cameras. Recently I got a new digital infra-red system, it significantly widens abilities of wildlife researchers: to record new species or new their habitats, to get relative estimation of the critters population, to reveal their preferences or seasonal behavior, etc. etc.

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  • Photo Views of Chernobyl exclusion zone

    Photo Views of Chernobyl exclusion zone

    Photos of scenery and landscapes of the city of Chernobyl. Photos of the abandoned villages of the exclusion zone. Nature photo of the Chernobyl exclusion zone.

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  • Photos of Reptile, Insect, Amphibia in Chernobyl zone

    Photos of Reptile, Insect, Amphibia in Chernobyl zone

    Photo collection of reptile, amphibian shot in the territory of Chernobyl Exclusion Zone.

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  • Photo Birds from Chernobyl exclusion zone

    Photo Birds from Chernobyl exclusion zone

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  • Bats in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    Bats in Chernobyl Exclusion Zone

    Photo of bats by S.Gaschak, S.Paskevych, E.Samilov, E.Alfimov which was find on the territory of Chernobyl zone. Nyctalus leisleri Plecotus auritus Pipistrellus pygmaeus Pipistrellus kuhlii Pipistrellus nathusii Myotis dasycneme Myotis daubentonii Pipistrellus pipistrellus Nyctalus noctula Eptesicus serotinus Нравится Tweet   ul.nostyle, ul.nostyle li{ list-style:none; background:none; } ul.nostyle li { height:20px; padding:5px; margin:0; float:left; display:block; } ul.nostyle li div table { margin:0; padding:0; }

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  • Photo of Przevalsky horse

    Photo of Przevalsky horse

    Wild horse inside Exclusion Zone nearby Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Uniquer photo of wild animal. Przewalski horse on radioactive territory of Chernobyl

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  • Wildlife Photo in Chernobyl Exclution Zone

    Wildlife Photo in Chernobyl Exclution Zone

    Hand-picked photos of basic site sections, and also special pages which contain thematic pictures about an area. Photo animal, which you can find on the territory of Chernobyl exclution zone Vegetative life (wildflowers) photos from Chernobyl alienation area Photo of [...]

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  • Demographic parameters of a Przewalski horse population in the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl power plant

    Demographic parameters of a Przewalski horse population in the exclusion zone of the Chernobyl power plant

    The review about population of Przewalski horses is prepared by scientists-biologists (Zharkikh T.L. and Yasynetska N.I.). These scientists directly engaged in researches of these animals in the conditions of a Chernobyl Exclusion Zone and the Zone of Unconditional (obligatory) Resettlements. In 1998, the Biosphere Reserve Askania Nova launched a Programme on establishing a free-roaming population [...]

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  • Chernobyl NPP – history

    Chernobyl NPP – history

    Photo and map of construction first block of the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant. Description of the years of hard work for the builders ChNPP. Significant problems with the supply of materials and equipment. The first block became operational in September 1977, the second - January 1979, the third and fourth - in 1981 and 1983 respectively.

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