Cleaner water means fewer intersex fish in Grand River | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

Cleaner water means fewer intersex fish in Grand River

Expensive upgrades to Kitchener's wastewater treatment plant have significantly reduced the number of male fish in the Grand River that were being turned female because of poor quality effluent being sent back into the river.

Mark Servos, Canada Research Chair in water quality protection at the University of Waterloo, said the intersex fish situation here in 2012 was severe.

"It's one of the worst cases around the globe of this kind of response," Servos said.

In 2012, research showed sewage from the region's wastewater treatment plants was making male fish in the Grand River female.

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Liberals do it to humans

MaiziD

It's not only liberals' feminization of minds in the education systems, but also the additives in food, medication, water as well as pesticides etc. (GMO soy, hormones in animal feed, so many ways)
No wonder the liberals push the transgender crap - blends Junior in a dress into the general public.

Saddest part is, that so many sheeple don't see what is happening.

Intersex

Gleiwitz

Or maybe it's all that elite sewage dumped on the masses . . .

Gleiwitz

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