Now we have evidence that polluting our waters with drugs is not a good idea (surprisingly enough). It's appalling that people continue to pollute, pollute, pollute despite more and more evidence being available. Also, don't forget that this study only uses one single drug, which is a stark contrast to the whole bunch of different drugs that some rivers receive nowadays. It's not difficult to imagine that the situation would be much worse there.
Personally, I don't want to see fish getting hyper and aggressive after having their habitats polluted by drugs. It will have catastrophic ecological
and evolutionary consequences, not to mention that a lot of kids will be scared. Also, while I think fishing itself is an evil, I don't want to see
more and more fish attacking fisherman (not that they should fish in polluted waters, but some might if they're not provided with the necessary
By the way, judging by ATS's reaction after the quasi-cannibalistic acts in Florida, maybe someone will link this to a mutant fish apocalypse? (Just
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