Researchers at Japan's Fukuskima University will release monkeys fitted with radiation meters and GPS transmitters in areas impacted by the Fukiskhima nuclear power plant meltdown caused by last year's devastating earthquakes and tsunamis in a bid to better understand the spread of radiation.


What could possible go wrong with releasing monkeys in a radioactive area? Did the Japanese learn nothing from their dangerous experiments with giant lizards and nuclear explosions started back in the 50s!? Who can forget the chaos caused by the giant beasts, as typified in this news photo from a 1954 rampage:






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Japan braces for attacks by gigantic mutant radioactive monkeys
Japanese researchers will release monkeys into the radioactive zone near Fukishima nuclear plant to test radiation levels. What could possibly go wrong?