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Dogs in the Zone…

Dogs in the Zone…

Dogs in the Zone…

At checkpoints and in Chernobyl town, in the yard of the New Confinement and among the ruins of collapsed houses…  Their ancestors were left to die.  Lost creatures among other lost creatures in the deserted towns and villages of the Exclusion Zone.

How may it feel to be abandoned in an abandoned place? They were to learn it, tortured by hunger, tormented by despair, having been abruptly left by those whom they loved. How many pets were there? How many of them died of radiation? How many were killed by hunting squads or wolves or just died of hunger? Questions without answers, one of the bitter pages of the Chernobyl tragedy.

But against all the odds, speared by the ruthless radiation, escaped a bullet or a fang there were survivors.  Practically all the stray dogs and cats that currently live in the Zone are their descendants. These animals have the full right to be fairly called native inhabitants. Friendly, playful and smart they have already become rightful part of the Exclusion Zone. Meeting with them will brighten your day and become one of the special moments to remember your trip by.

Book a tour to the Chernobyl exclusion zone right now using the link - https://go2chernobyl.com/ and meet its indigenous inhabitants.

At checkpoints and in Chernobyl town, in the yard of the New Confinement and among the ruins of collapsed houses…  Their ancestors were left to die.  Lost creatures among other lost creatures in the deserted towns and villages of the Exclusion Zone.

How may it feel to be abandoned in an abandoned place? They were to learn it, tortured by hunger, tormented by despair, having been abruptly left by those whom they loved. How many pets were there? How many of them died of radiation? How many were killed by hunting squads or wolves or just died of hunger? Questions without answers, one of the bitter pages of the Chernobyl tragedy                                                                                                                                            But against all the odds, speared by the ruthless radiation, escaped a bullet or a fang there were survivors.  Practically all the stray dogs and cats that currently live in the Zone are their descendants. These animals have the full right to be fairly called native inhabitants. Friendly, playful and smart they have already become rightful part of the Exclusion Zone. Meeting with them will brighten your day and become one of the special moments to remember your trip by.

Book a tour to the Chernobyl exclusion zone right now using the link - https://go2chernobyl.com/ and meet its indigenous inhabitants.

Elena Maslova, guide of go2chernobyl.com

  

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