Messing it up

Our animals are suffering from the impact of pharmaceutical waste, a new study has found Over 60 pharmaceutical compounds have been detected in aquatic invertebrates and riparian spiders, Australian research has found. And the impact extends further, putting at risk iconic Australian animals such as the platypus that consume these creatures, say the researchers.  A

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