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Freshwater male fish exposed to chemicals in water becoming more feminine

04:50 EDT 3 Jul 2017 | Physorg.COM

(Phys.org)—Professor Charles Tyler of the University of Exeter in Britain (and colleagues) has conducted a study of the impact of chemicals from human waste treatment plants in rivers and streams on the fish that live in them. He has told the press before presenting the findings formally that they have found a very large number of male fish exhibiting female characteristics.

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