A study of various fish species from the Niagara River has scientists concerned. Human antidepressants such as Prozac, Zoloft, Celexa and Sarafem are building up in fish brains.
It is a threat to biodiversity, and we should be very concerned.
Does this mean that eating more fish might improve ones mood?— Off Grid Mama (@tbanks98926) September 5, 2017
No wonder those fuckers wont bite. They aren't hungry, apathetic, tired. Maybe one will just say F it and swim straight towards the hook.— Gary Vaughn (@rkymtngv) September 6, 2017
The sewage plant has been realeasing sludge into the river.. Simple. Been on the news. True story— RichNelson (@Richien011) September 6, 2017
People don't dispose of medication properly and it ends up in our water 💦 ?— badgurljewelry (@MCanuelleAdams) September 5, 2017
people take them, defecate, sewage is treated and dumped but treatment doesn't get everything. Estrogen has also been a problem in the past.— bassicskeptic (@bassicskeptic) September 5, 2017
Also our water filtration and treatment facilities across the country have not been updated in decades.....— Dani Nickel (@DaniDooRight55) September 6, 2017
Horrific. Humans need a time out until we learn how to manage convenience of industrial revolution. We are destroying everything— AJR, B.A., B.S. (@writevocation) September 5, 2017