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[CENTER]Scientists have learned that snakes living in the สล็อต ทดลองเล่นฟรี ถอนได้ ushima exclusion zone can be used to trace radioactive contamination.Ten years after one of the largest man-made radioactive disasters in history. The new study explains that the radionuclides accumulated

by Japanese rat snakes (Elaphe climacophora and E. quadrivirgata) are uniquely positioned to help map different levels. of radioactivity in the environment?Snakes are a good indicator of environmental contamination," said James Beasley,

an ecologist at the University of Georgia. Because they spend a lot of time in and out of the soil.” And they tend to be long-lived species.”
Snakes travel short, averaging only 65 meters (213 feet) per day. Previous studies by the team also found that

the levels of radioactivity found in ushima snakes were closely related to levels of contamination. contaminated with radioactive substances found in the environment This means that monitoring and studying snakes should reveal radioactive levels in the environment.