National Geographic: thousands fish (and eat) from the extremely toxic Anacostia River

In case you thought no one fished (and ate the fish) in the Anacostia River, here is an article from National Geographic:

Fishermen were casting their lines into the urban waters of Washington, D.C., into a river notorious as one of the dirtiest in the nation 다운로드. What’s more, according to a recent study, they represented a small fraction of the 17,000 or more residents of this metropolitan area who are consuming fish from a river that has all the markings of a Superfund site 식극의 소마 1기 다운로드.

Sometimes you just can’t believe it, the article even says that a sewer line directly dumps a billion gallons of human waste every year 램페이지 2018 다운로드.

Yeah, the river really needs help.

 

It is a beautiful river – here is a Great Egret, near Bladensburg Waterfront Park, in Prince George’s County, MD. (Photo: Mr. T in DC)

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