Brown Trout Hooked on Meth
No, the title isn’t a pun – it’s reality. And sometimes, truth really is stranger than fiction. Researchers in Prague, according to an article by Tom Keer for Field & Stream, have found that brown trout can become addicted to meth.
And that’s a problem, as the researchers identified several ways in which meth finds its way into freshwater, causing trout to become dependent on water laced with that drug.
It’s a fascinating – albeit frightening – study, which you can read more about here.
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