Here's a nicely Infocultish headline:
Rampaging Radioactive Wild Boars Causing Havoc
In the Fukushima area, denuded of human activity, boars are now very comfortable.
The posthuman landscape looks like this:
In the four years since the disaster, the boar population has increased by 330 percent. In the 12 mile radius of the “exclusion zone” alone, there are an estimated 13,000 radioactive boars thriving...
In an interview with Japanese newspaper, Mainichi, assistant ecology professor, Okuda Keitokunin, said, “Wild boar along have been taking advantage of the evacuation zone, entering vacant houses in areas damaged by the [disaster], and using them as breeding places or burrows.
(thanks to Ted Major)