Tiny fish louse shows promise as a sensitive early indicator of metal pollution in freshwater

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(Natural News) A common aquatic parasite might one day inform us about the presence of dangerous metals in drinking water. The fish louse (Argulus japonicus) is being tested as a biological early warning system for water quality, an article in Science Daily stated. Agricultural, industrial, and urban activities produce harmful chemicals and substances that can…

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