Levels of Japan Tsunami nuclear melt-down radiation detected in tuna – but so low it’s not even significant, say scientists
Scientists at a special environmental conference in Florence say radiation from the nuclear accident at the Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant in Japan, after last year’s tsunami, has been detected in catches off North America. But they quickly add that it is not a health threat to people since the levels are microscopically low.
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