Prozac Pollution Making Shrimp Reckless

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Port-Sulfur, Los Angeles, Etats-Unis: un vendeur présente des crevettes fraichement pêchées du Golfe du Mexique. 18 mai 2010. John Moore/Getty Images/AFP

Antidepressant’s key ingredient is flushed into coastal waters, study says.

There’s no happy ending for shrimp exposed to the mood-booster Prozac, according to a new study.

Remnants of antidepressant drugs flushed into waterways worldwide are altering shrimp behavior and making them easier prey, experts say.

National Geographic

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