What is radioactive pollution? What are its effects?

Radioactive pollution is the increase of radiation levels beyond their natural capacity. This is mainly due to human activities. It is estimated that about 20% of radiation exposure is due to human activities. 

Effects of radioactive pollution include genetic mutation, soil infertility and cell destruction. Example of radioactive pollution is the Chernobyl incident when a fire in an nuclear facility polluted the entirety of Chernobyl, rendering it dangerous for human habitation

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