My life in the UK: The Guardian of Fukushima's animals

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Sep 21, 2016 00:11
Today, I'd like to share with you this amazing story that Japanese guy who live in Tomioka, inside of "No-go" zone. As you know 5 years have passed since the Great East Japan Earthquake in 2011. Still we have been suffering to have damage from Tsunami such as nuclear disaster. Around 138,000 Fukushima residents remain in temporary accommodation, and number of towns and villages turned into ghost towns due to continued high level of radiation. However, Mr. Matsumura stays there and look after animals which means radioactive-disaster-abandoned-animals. He is the only human live there. He knows the radiation levels are dangerous but he decided feeding and caring for those animals. I hope he will not be alone in his task anymore and had global support. He is very brave, kind and amazing guy.