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Study documents effects of mercury on songbird reproduction


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(Phys.org) —Mercury takes a toll on the population of songbirds, even at sublethal doses. Research conducted on captive birds at William & Mary showed that reproductive success went down as the dosage of mercury increased. The results, published in the peer-reviewed journal PLOS One, have serious implications for wild birds living in areas contaminated by mercury pollution.

 

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