with a cesium content of more than 150,000 becquerels per kilogram, this qualifies as radioactive waste, requires special handling and needs to be placed in a secure repository:
January 23, 2016
An example of bio-accumulation of radioactive material in Fukushima:
According to the following post, wild monkey poops from Namie-city, Fukushima had more than 150,000Bq/kg in terms of radioactive Cs137 & Cs134.
Cs137: 133987 Bq/kg
Cs134: 25186 Bq/kg
K40: 225 Bq/kg
The surrounding ground surface was about 500～600cpm.
"…requires special handling and needs to be placed in a secure repository:…"
As someone here mentioned, all animals defecate…I assume only monkey doo was tested…The way Tepco/Japan is handling the nuclear fallout tells me they'll just leave the crap laying around…or let it float away.
Fukushima: What goes up must come down…or out, in this case.
Monkey see, monkey doo.
All around the radiated bush, the monkey chased the nucleide…POP goes the food chain.
And other assorted humor to deal with the rediculousness of nuclear fallout and contamination of the planet and all of it's inhabitants.