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West Coast orcas experienced 100% infant mortality rate as radiation from Fukushima drifted across ocean

by Addison Green in Environment 0

By: D. Samuelson The tragedy of Fukushima has been on going since 2011, but the death of our oceans has been oa slow burn for decades. In 2008, the Scientific American reported that there were 406 dead zones — meaning there was not enough oxygen to support life — worldwide. At that time, the blame was from fertilizer and pesticide runoff. In 2010, scientists lamented the stunning amount of toxic and heavy metals — including aluminum, chromium, titanium, mercury, silver and lead — discovered in whales that lived thousands of miles away from civilization. According to a report by Common Dreams, these “pollutants were threatening the human food supply .” Fast forwarding to today, five years past that fateful day in Fukushima, the [...]

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