Japan’s Nuclear Exclusion Zone Shows Few Signs of Life

Japan’s Nuclear Exclusion Zone Shows Few Signs of Life

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A close up of lines in a parking lot near the beach in the suburbs of Sendai show the strength of the March 11, 2011 earthquake and the ensuing tsunami. Caption and photo courtesy of: © Mark Edward Harris.

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What’s most striking about Japan’s nuclear exclusion zone, is what you don’t see. There are no people, few cars, no sign of life, aside from the occasional livestock wandering empty roads…

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