Mercury rising in Minnesota fish
The amount of toxic mercury in Minnesota walleye and northern pike has been going up since the mid 1990's, the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency reported Tuesday.
The unexpected increase in mercury was found in an analysis of 25 years of fish from 825 Minnesota lakes by the PCA and published last week in the journal Environmental Science & Technology.
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