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"Nature" Radioactive Wolves (2011)

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15 October 2011 (Season 30, Episode 1)
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Harry Smith ... Narrator
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Episode Crew
Directed by
Klaus Feichtenberger 
 
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Klaus Feichtenberger 

Produced by
Kate Fulton .... producer
Jayne Jun .... associate producer
Fred Kaufman .... executive producer
Walter Köhler .... executive producer
Laura Metzger .... senior producer
Bill Murphy .... series producer
Dieter Pochlatko .... producer
Andrew Solomon .... executive producer
Nikolaus Wisiak .... producer
Chie Witt .... associate producer
Janice Young .... supervising producer
 
Original Music by
Markus Pöchinger 
 
Cinematography by
Igor Byshnov 
Hubert Doppler 
 
Film Editing by
Sonja Lesowsky 
 
Production Management
Michael Krön .... unit manager
Rosmarie Lackner .... production manager
Julie Schapiro Thorman .... production manager
 
Art Department
Reinhold Fragner .... graphics
Brian Santalone .... pagebuilder
Joy Weeng .... designer
 
Sound Department
Ed Campbell .... sound re-recording mixer
Stefan K. Fiedler .... sound designer
Christopher Frank .... dubbing mixer
Andreas Hagemann .... sound recordist
Andreas Mohnke .... sound recordist
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Andreas Hagemann .... assistant camera
Andreas Mohnke .... assistant camera
 
Editorial Department
Stacey Douglass Moverley .... off-line editor
Patrick Krass .... on-line editor
Charlotte Muellner .... assistant editor
Charlotte Muellner .... on-line editor
Raimund Sivetz .... colorist
 
Music Department
Gerrit Wunder .... arranger: orchestral music
 
Other crew
Alexander Bundtzen .... location manager
Lesja Charchenko .... location manager
Sergej Domashewsky .... scientific advisor
Daniel B. Greenberg .... senior director
Janet Hess .... series editor
Aleksandr Kozlov .... scientific advisor
Sergey Kutchmel .... scientific advisor (as Dr. Sergey Kutchmel)
Brian Lee .... technical director
Nick Miller .... creative director
Ricki Oelmack .... production coordinator
Michail Petrov .... scientific advisor
Barbara Promberger .... scientific advisor
Christoph Promberger .... scientific advisor
Maryna Shkvyrya .... scientific advisor
Vadim Sidorovich .... scientific advisor
Gennady G. Vereshchako .... scientific advisor
Denis A. Wyshnevsky .... scientific advisor
 

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Directed by
Nigel Cole (episode "Wild Horses of Mongolia")
 
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Mark Hobson  (episode "Gooney Birds of Midway") (episode "Mountains in the Mist") (episode "Resurrection at Truk Lagoon") (episode "Saguaro - Sentinel of the Desert") (episode "Yellowstone In Winter")

Produced by
Suzanne Weinert .... producer (episode "Wild Horses of Mongolia")
 
Production Management
John F. Schwally .... senior production manager (1993-1998)
 
Sound Department
Rob Whitehurst .... sound recordist (1995-)
 
Music Department
Rob Cairns .... composer: main title (1999-)
 
Other crew
Billy Pittard .... creative director
Juan Rosenfeldt .... title designer
Ed Sullivan .... creative director
 
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Radioactive Wolves, 16 March 2014
Author: a_baron from United Kingdom

In April 1986, the worst nuclear accident in history happened at Chernobyl in the then Soviet Union. Among others things, this led to the evacuation of a vast area including the city of Pripyat.

Today, the only humans allowed in this zone are military personnel and researchers. This nearly hour long documentary goes into the forbidden zone to study the flora and fauna, especially the wolves.

This is what the Earth may have looked like if the Great Satan and the Evil Empire had clashed. Devoid of humans, the forests creep back slowly, and Nature red in tooth and claw goes about her business unremittingly. The variety of wildlife in this area is amazing, especially larger animals including birds – eagles and black storks.

There is some fascinating footage here including inside several dens of wolf cubs while the mothers were away, presumably hunting for food, and inside a peregrine's nest.

The film crew appear to have spent a whole year in the area, or at least to have returned periodically. While humans are not permitted to live there, other animals from catfish and eagles to wolves and bison seem to have adapted perfectly well, radiation or no radiation. As the narrator points out, the world's greatest nuclear disaster has turned an area once devastated by both two world wars and the excesses of Stalinism into a unique reserve for wildlife.

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