Meditate on: Warm water, more mercury found in fish - Bend Bulletin

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Under the watchful eyes of scientists, a no forage fish that lives off the coast of Maine developed a strangely large appetite. But in warmer waters, at temperatures projected for the tomorrow by climate scientists, their metabolism — and appetites — go up, which is bad if there are toxins in their food. In a lab experiment, researchers adjusted temperatures in tanks, tainted the killifish’s provisions with traces of. via www.bendbulletin.com

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