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Drugs and pesticides: a pollution invisible to the naked eye

Trouts changing sex, groupers experiencing hormonal changes... It may be invisible to the naked eye, but pollution from drugs, hormones and pesticide is threatening rivers all across the world.

06/10/2019 6:39 AM

3 comments

  • Marta L.
    01/28/2020 03:48

    SRES..PORQUE NUESTRAS ESPECIES TAN VULNERADAS'???????QUE NOS HICIERON?????????????YA TANTA MASCOTA PARA COMER??????QUE NOS PASO CON LAS ESPECIES'?ANIMALES'?????????PORQUE SI CADA VEZ SOMOS MENOS DE CADA PAIS'????????????PORQUE TANTO EXTERMINIO??????PORQUE MUNDIAL!!!!SRES..ACABARON FUE CON TODOOOO!!!!!!!!MUCHO INOCENTE AFECTADO!!!!!!SRES..QUE ESTAMOS HACIENDO DE NUESTRAS ESPECIES'??ANIMALES??LOS HUMANOS Y EL MUNDO'??????????

  • Adele S.
    01/21/2020 04:35

    Everything is connected: for every action there is a reaction, no matter how subtle!

  • Astrid B.
    01/18/2020 21:50

    much of the problem is agricultural runoff. not mentioned here. pesticides and herbicides all used to be based on estrogen knockoffs and are said to be responsible for the drastic drop in human sperm counts