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October 03, 2013 
Keigo Sakamoto, 58, holds Atom, one of his 21 dogs and over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion... 
Naraha, Japan 
Keigo Sakamoto, holds Atom, one of his 21 dogs and over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion... 
Keigo Sakamoto, 58, holds Atom, one of his 21 dogs and over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion zone near Naraha in Fukushima prefecture September 17, 2013. Sakamoto, a former caregiver and farmer who refused to leave the exclusion zone around the crippled Daiichi nuclear power plant decided to name his dog Atom because it was born just before the 2011 tsunami and nuclear disaster. With donations and support from outside Fukushima, Sakamoto lives with his animals of which many were abandoned by previous owners as they left the exclusion zone. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT) 
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October 03, 2013 
Keigo Sakamoto, 58, feeds some of the 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion zone near Naraha... 
Naraha, Japan 
Keigo Sakamoto feeds some of the 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion zone near Naraha in... 
Keigo Sakamoto, 58, feeds some of the 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion zone near Naraha in Fukushima prefecture September 17, 2013. Sakamoto, a former caregiver and farmer who refused to leave the exclusion zone around the crippled Daiichi nuclear power plant lives with his animals of which many were abandoned by previous owners as they left the exclusion zone. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS) 
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October 03, 2013 
Keigo Sakamoto (58), walks between cages with his over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion... 
Naraha, Japan 
Keigo Sakamoto walks between cages with his over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion zone... 
Keigo Sakamoto (58), walks between cages with his over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion zone near Naraha in Fukushima prefecture September 17, 2013. Sakamoto, a former caregiver and farmer who refused to leave the exclusion zone around the crippled Daiichi nuclear power plant lives with his animals of which many were abandoned by previous owners as they left the exclusion zone. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ANIMALS ENVIRONMENT) 
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October 03, 2013 
Keigo Sakamoto, 58, holds Atom, one of his 21 dogs and over 500 animals he keeps at his home, in the... 
Naraha, Japan 
Keigo Sakamoto holds Atom one of his 21 dogs and over 500 animals he keeps at his home in the exclusion... 
Keigo Sakamoto, 58, holds Atom, one of his 21 dogs and over 500 animals he keeps at his home, in the exclusion zone near Naraha in Fukushima prefecture September 17, 2013. Sakamoto, a former caregiver and farmer who refused to leave the exclusion zone around the crippled Daiichi nuclear power plant, decided to name his dog Atom because it was born just before the 2011 disaster. With donations and support from outside Fukushima, Sakamoto lives with his animals of which many were abandoned by previous owners as they left the exclusion zone. Picture taken September 17, 2013. REUTERS/Damir Sagolj (JAPAN - Tags: DISASTER SOCIETY ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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