Gallery: Japanese Fish Still Show High Levels of Fukushima Nuclear Radi...


A year and a half after an earthquake caused a meltdown at the Fukushima nuclear power plant in Japan, experts have found that the plant may still be leaking radiation into the sea. Deep sea fish caught and tested in the Fukushima prefecture are still testing positive for radiation – which should have dissipated by now. The Tokyo Electric Power Co, which operates the site, did not confirm or deny the leak, but stated that the radiation levels were declining.

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