'PROZAC POLLUTION' MAKING FISH LESS AGGRESSIVE, SAYS STUDY | WHAT REALLY HAPPENED

'PROZAC POLLUTION' MAKING FISH LESS AGGRESSIVE, SAYS STUDY

SOURCE: SKY.COM
Pharmaceutical pollution in waterways is having a "disturbing impact" on fish, according to new research.

Psychoactive drugs - including antidepressants - are altering the reproductive behaviour, anxiety levels, and anti-predator responses of fish in the wild, according to Australia's Monash University.

The findings of the impact on the social behaviour of fish has been published in the journal Biology Today.

Webmaster's Commentary: 

IF this is what this chemical does to fish... God only knows what is doing to the humans who are taking this, or what happens to the people who are consuming the fish which have consumed it.

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