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New study shows that amphibians have one more thing to worry about: Methylmercury

Credit: Environmental Science & Technology (2023). DOI: 10.1021/acs.est.3c05549 The first widescale assessment of methylmercury in adult amphibians in the U.S. to date shows that in amphibians, this toxic compound is common, widespread, and at least for some, can reach very high levels. The study, “Broad-scale Assessment of Methylmercury in Adult Amphibians,” which published today in

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