It’s already been more than five years since three reactors melted down at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Plant, but the consequences of the disaster will linger for a while yet. Those monitoring the situation have received some good news, however, with scientists reporting that after suffering the largest ever release of radioactive material into the world’s oceans, radiation levels across the Pacific are fast returning to normal.
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