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Mutant Butterflies Found Near Fukushima

By DMO Affiliate
MOVE OVER BLINKY AND DONATELLO--IT LOOKS LIKE WE'LL BE ADDING THE PALE GRASS BLUE BUTTERFLY TO THE LIST OF ANIMALS MADE MORE LOVABLY HIDEOUS BY MAN'S RADIOACTIVE FOLLY. MUTATED VERSIONS OF THE INSECT HAVE BEEN CONSISTENTLY FOUND AMONG THE NEON GREEN FORESTS OF FUKASHIMA, AND ARE THE STRONGEST EVIDENCE OF A LONG-TERM RADIATION PROBLEM IN NORTHERN JAPAN. NOW APPARENTLY, THIS SPECIES HAPPENS TO BE VERY SUCEPTABLE TO RADIATION--WHICH HAS RUMPLED THEIR WINGS AND DENTED THEIR EYES--BUT OTHER SPECIES HAVE BEEN FOUND TO BE RELATIVELY UNEFFECTED. SILK MOTHS, FOR INSTANCE, ARE LIKE "NUKE ME, DADDY! NUKE ME ALL DAY LONG, I LOVE IT!"SO, IT'S UNCLEAR WHETHER OR NOT THE REMAINING THRONGS OF PEOPLE, WHO STILL INSIST ON LIVING IN THE AREA, WILL BE BIRTHING RUMPLED UP BABIES WITH DENTED EYES IN THE COMING YEARS. IF IT TURNS OUT THAT HUMANS CAN WITHSTAND FUKASHIMA'S LOW-LEVEL RADIATION, THEN THAT'S GOOD NEWS ALL AROUND.UNLESS, OF COURSE, A MOTHRA-SIZED BUTTERFLY GETS JEALOUS AND DECIDES TO EVEN THE PLAYING FIELD.
Mutant Butterflies Found Near Fukushima




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