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Animals at Risk
Instead of carcinogenic weed killers like glyphosate and toxic cleaners and solvents,
there are other options that don't involve dangerous chemicals that harm the ocean.
This toxicology study compares wild-caught shrimp from California and the Gulf of Mexico with
farmed Indonesian red shrimp (prawns) and farmed Indonesian whiteleg shrimp.
The main goal of these tests is to detect any kind of contaminants that might be harmful to humans
or to the marine ecosystem.
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We tested for chemical, radiation and heavy metal contaminants. Small traces of lead mercury, cadmium and arsenic were detected.
No warnings indicated.
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