The Great Lakes’ biggest problem: Decades’ worth of pollution has altered the fish

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(Natural News) In the 1960s, the Cuyahoga River became infamous for becoming so polluted that it regularly caught fire. Now it suffers a different, subtler kind of water pollution. Decades of discharging chemicals into the waters of the Great Lakes have altered the hormones and metabolism of fish found in the Cuyahoga and two other…

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