weaker-penis-bones-in-river-otters-linked-to-oilsands-contaminants-in-new-study

Weaker penis bones in river otters linked to oilsands contaminants in new study

Otter Dog Fight 20180216

A new study finds hydrocarbons, typically associated with oilsands operations, are contributing to decreased penis bone strength among river otters — a phenomenon that could have dire implications for animal health in northern Alberta.

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