Mutated Plants in Japan after Nuclear Meltdown are Causing Worry- What You Need to Know

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The whole world watched as disaster fell on Fukushima, Japan, in March 2011. The tsunami damaged the nuclear plant’s cooling system causing the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant to a devastating meltdown. The damaged ultimately sent three of the six nuclear reactors into a meltdown.

Today, the area is still inhospitable because of the lingering radiation. The villages outside the city are also found to have elevated radiation levels. Although the radiation level is not deadly to humans, the wildlife in these towns are damaged badly.

These wild daisies growing in Nasusshiobara City?

Take these wild daises growing in Nasushiobara City, for instance.

Noticed something weird about these wild daisies?

Notice anything strange about them?

Several of these flowers have fused together.

It appears that several of these plants have fused together, which is creepy.

Now that’s really far from how a normal daisy would look like.

 

The radiation levels outside Fukushima city may be not on deadly levels, but what it is doing to the wildlife is very terrifying.

 

 

 

 

Take a few more looks on the effects of radiation to the plants in the area.

A sunflower has apparently grown in the centre of another plant in this picture uploaded on to Igmur

A tomato appears to have green shoots sprouting out of it

An apparently mutated tomato looks as if it has exploded into mutant form. It has been claimed the fall out from Japan's Fukushima nuclear power plant disaster two years ago has found its way into the food chain

The Fukushima disaster - which claimed the lives of 18,500 people - was the largest nuclear disaster since the Chernobyl meltdown in 19

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