Twenty five years after the disaster at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant, the 1100 square miles of “no mans” land has come back to life. Forests, marshes, fields and rivers have reclaimed the land, reversing the effects of human cultivation and development, returning everything to its natural state. In the absence of people, the “dead zone” has become a surprisingly post-nuclear Eden, populated by beaver, bison, horses, birds and fish — and ruled by wolves. Scientists are now able to enter this area to study the health and condition of the wildlife. It’s an amazing exploration into a world we hoped never to see which yields answers we never expected. The video is titled: Radioactive Wolves — Chernobyl’s Nuclear Wilderness, and is I.D. 2165. Visit the WGBY Video Lending Library to order by clicking here.