Outside the the 20 km Dead Zone around the Fukushima nuclear disaster, the farms are being over-run wIld radioactive pigs!
That is, the Dead Zone is harboring a rapidly increasing number of radioactive boars and even the areas outside the Zone are becoming disused and overgrown thus providing the boars a better habitat.
More boars mean more damage in Fukushima
The Japan Times | 2013/09/24
—Wild boars are taking a toll on agriculture in Fukushima Prefecture as farmers struggle to bounce back from the planting bans imposed after the meltdowns at the Fukushima No. 1 power plant…
…More wild boars are also showing up in towns and cities outside the 20-km exclusion zone.
Meanwhile, the number of licensed hunters in Fukushima Prefecture has decreased by one-third…
… wild boar meat could be irradiated has reduced interest in bagging the wild animals among the already aging population of hunters.
A similar problem has occurred in Germany where A Quarter Century after Chernobyl: Radioactive Boar on the Rise in Germany (spiegel.de). Furthermore, Der Spiegel Online reported:
radioactivity in wild boar isn’t likely to disappear soon.The problem has been at a high level for a long time, says Joachim Reddemann (an expert on radioactivity in wild boar with the Bavarian Hunting Federation). It will likely remain that way for at least the next 50 years.