A team of scientists led by researchers at Monas University analyzed insects and spiders found in six streams and found 98 percent of various pharmaceutical products in this city.
Scientists found 69 different pesticides and 66 spiders. Scientists have announced that the drugs are transferred by a food chain. Insects feed spiders and give food to strange bloodstains, the Guardian writes.
Drugs flow to the stream through wastewater treatment plants that cannot remove all harmful substances consumed by humans. Some come with septic tanks or permeable water and sewer pipes.
The researchers immediately said that even from those who were very shocked, they contained & all drug cocktails uyuşturucu from Melbourne's water and streams, even those containing very little waste.
This is the first in the world to suggest that there are a number of pharmaceutical substances in the food chain and may be exposed to half of some of the prescribed antidepressant doses for humans, he said.
– This study showed that many traceable drugs were retained in water bodies of invertebrates, as well as in waterways where they were poured into the surrounding terrestrial areas. Spiders, birds, bats are consumed here. – Richmond explained.
The results of a study by scientists at Monash University in Melbourne were published in Nature Communications.