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Through a monitoring program, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife found enough oxycodone for shellfish to test positive for the addictive prescription drug. Mussels are "filter feeders" and contaminants from their environment become concentrated in their tissues, according to a post on the findings from Jeff Rice, managing editor at the Puget Sound Institute, which participated in the analysis.