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Known as “the last man from Fukushima“, 55-year-old Matsumura is the only person still living in the exclusion zone around the Fukushima Daiichi nuclear plant, which suffered a meltdown after the major earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan on March 11, 2011.
Yet Matsumura, has remained in his home in the coastal town of Tomioka, around seven miles from Fukushima’s stricken nuclear reactors, in order to look after the area’s animals.
He takes care of scores of pets and livestock left behind when their owners fled, including cats, dogs, ducks, pigs, cows, a pony and even ostriches.
and the animals continue to survive despite daily exposure to radiation and, against all expectations, new generations are being born in the ruins of Fukushima.
Why Do People ‘Twitch’ When Falling Asleep?
A hypnagogic jerk is an involuntary muscle spasm that occurs as a person is drifting off to sleep.
The phenomenon is so named in reference to the hypnogogic state — the transitional period between wakefulness and sleep. Hypnagogic jerks are also commonly known as hypnic jerks or sleep starts.
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The service says the messages give donors more positive feedback about how they’ve helped their fellow citizens – which encourages them to donate again.
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