Butterflies exposed to radiation from the Fukushima nuclear accident in 2011 had more mishapen or abnormally small wings, antennae and legs than normal, according to a team of Japanese scientists that studied the pale grass blue Zizeeria maha, a butterfly common in Japan.
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