"No Animals Were Harmed In The Making Of This Film"

"No Animals Were Harmed In The Making Of This Film"

You can see that disclaimer at the end of any film that uses animals on camera. But a recent investigation by the Hollywood Reporter’s Gary Baum suggests that what actually happens is something quite different. Baum joins us with details about what he found out.

Fukushima Fish: Nearly three years after the meltdown of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power station, the fear that fish and other marine life carry radioactive contamination persists. However, many scientists in California and Oregon have research that tells a different story. We get the details in a report from Ashley Ahearn of the public media collective EarthFix.

You can see that disclaimer at the end of any film that uses animals on camera. But a recent investigation by the Hollywood Reporter’s Gary Baum suggests that what actually happens is something quite different. Baum joins us with details about what he found out.

Fukushima Fish: Nearly three years after the meltdown of Japan’s Fukushima nuclear power station, the fear that fish and other marine life carry radioactive contamination persists. However, many scientists in California and Oregon have research that tells a different story. We get the details in a report from Ashley Ahearn of the public media collective EarthFix.

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After all that happen, the truth will definitely be exposed in the end. - James Cullem

February 19, 2014 - 1:36am
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