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In 1986, the world’s worst nuclear accident blanketed radiation over Chernobyl, Ukraine. The human population left the area while the effects of radiation reduced wildlife populations. Almost 30 years later, the wildlife population has abundantly bounced back. Data shows rising trends in wolves, elk, and wild boar. Is this proof of the resilience of wildlife? Check out our resources about Chernobyl, and its effects on both the human and wildlife populations.