Radioactive Wolves writer and director on filming in Chernobyl's radioactive exclusion zone and its surprising wildlife population.
In this video, a family of bison ward off a pack of wolves as they begin to feed on a fallen calf.
The ghost city of Pripyat was once a thriving metropolis. Today, it's a city that is green, in an unnerving and unintentional way.
Scientists study wolf pups living outside Chernobyl's Exclusion Zone in an effort to assess the health of those populations born inside the radioactive area of Chernobyl.
What happens to nature after a nuclear accident? The historic nuclear accident at Chernobyl is now 25 years old. Filmmakers and scientists set out to document the lives of the packs of wolves and other wildlife thriving in the "dead zone" that still surrounds the remains of the reactor.
Przewalski's horses have been released in the zone since the 1990s, to help restore the land's original biodiversity.