Wild monkeys near Fukushima have low blood cell counts

Primates near the ill-fated nuclear power plant may have been affected by radiation

MONKEY BUSINESS  Wild monkeys, Macaca fuscata, that live near the Fukushima nuclear plant have low blood cell counts, possibly due to radiation exposure.

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