A mountain trout from a watercourse within the same Japanese prefecture because the Fukishima nuclear disaster contained 114 times additional radioactive Cs than government limits permit, in step with Kyodo.
The setting Ministry surveyed unremarkably ingested fish and their Cs levels for the second time since the disaster in March 2011.
It found a catfish with thirty times the allowable limit of Cs and a black bass with forty four times the limit.
“Like the previous survey, concentrations (of cesium) attended be higher in rivers and lakes than within the ocean. we would like to know the extent of pollution by endlessly conducting the survey,” Kyodo quoted a ministry official as spoken language.
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