Scientists in Great Britain say the nation’s rivers are contaminated with drugs – and the fish are full of cocaine. Researchers studying fish and shrimp in Britain’s rivers found traces of cocaine in every single sample taken from 15 different river sites. Other drugs including ketamine, MDMA, and meth were also detected. Scientists were surprised to find concentrations of drugs in rural areas, and aren’t sure what the source of the pharmaceutical contamination is.
There's an 'invisible' drug problem in British waterways https://t.co/TxdNxAKL0w— Metro Science & Tech (@Metro_Tech) May 1, 2019