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Eels 'hyperactive' due to cocaine in the Thames

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mdbuilder

The Thames is a BIG river. It would take tons of cocaine to alter wildlife. Proof? How many druggies are down there getting high on river water? 

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justin3651

Oh Great, I'm afraid now it's just a matter of time until the eels start mugging people and forming gangs to feed their addictions. As if England didn't have enough problems already...

 

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Imaginarynumber1

The eels and I have reached an understanding

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Carnoferox

I'm pretty sure there was a thread about this back in June.

 

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AllPossible

Wow that's the next horror movie. Eels with cocaine issues. The reviews will be Electrifying

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Dumbledore the Awesome
1 hour ago, mdbuilder said:

The Thames is a BIG river. It would take tons of cocaine to alter wildlife. Proof? How many druggies are down there getting high on river water? 

Just what I was going to say. This would have to be mighty powerful stuff for it to have any potency at that level of dilution. 

In any case, surely Cocaine is so 80's. 

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glorybebe

We have high eels, fish too relaxed to worry about being eaten because they are getting antidepressants and antianxiety derivatives in water...humans are messing with this planet in so many ways <_<

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Hankenhunter
7 minutes ago, glorybebe said:

We have high eels, fish too relaxed to worry about being eaten because they are getting antidepressants and antianxiety derivatives in water...humans are messing with this planet in so many ways <_<

Ok, who's been giving cocaine  to the carp. The damm things keep jumping in the boat looking for more.

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Reepa

Wellied Eels..

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UFOwatcher

" Eels in the Thames aren’t as closely exposed to the drug as those in the 2018 study — so it doesn’t necessarily mean they’re getting “high” from the run-off. "

So they don't really know if this is effecting the eels? I would think they would determine how much was in captured eels and how much was required to cause a change in behavior. Sounds like a lot of speculation.

 

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-Nuke-

Wish drugs worked on me as good as they do wildlife!

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TripGun

Is this why British swimmers are failing drug tests? Or possibly polluting...

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Captain Risky
On 1/23/2019 at 5:54 AM, mdbuilder said:

The Thames is a BIG river. It would take tons of cocaine to alter wildlife. Proof? How many druggies are down there getting high on river water? 

bottled London water...

 

On 1/23/2019 at 5:54 AM, mdbuilder said:

The Thames is a BIG river. It would take tons of cocaine to alter wildlife. Proof? How many druggies are down there getting high on river water? 

27d70fcd4515d96f5ec3b37a9ff0629e--cat-fi

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