Czech RepublicA new study led by a group of researchers in the U.S. has found that drugs such as methamphetamine mix with human feces from sewers into rivers. troutHe revealed that he poisoned the animals and made the animals addicted to methamphetamine.
According to the Daily Mail’s report, researchResearchers conducted laboratory experiments with brown trout placed in drug-contaminated waters.
The research team found that fish placed in methamphetamine-contaminated waters became less active and exhibited disturbing levels of addiction.
THEY STARTED TO COLLECT NEAR THE TREATMENT FACILITIES
Pavel Horký, author of the study, led by experts from the Czech University of Life Sciences University, stated that methamphetamine and other pollutants mix with the faeces of users of these substances into surface waters from wastewater treatment plants.
The researchers concluded that if fish become addicted to low methamphetamine levels in the water, they will feel the effects of withdrawal and seek the drug.
It was stated that the fish, which started to become addicted to low-level methamphetamine discharged from homes into fresh water, may begin to congregate near areas where water treatment plants are located.
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PITON BITTED FROM THE TOILET