Ridiculous Amount of ANTI DEPRESSANTS Found in Fish
What do you think a fish on anti depressants would act like? Do you think fish are even cognizant enough of how their lives are going to need anti depressants? Do you think fish could get depressed? These are all incredibly important questions, all of which barely scratch the surface of the fact that the fish in the Niagra River between Lake Ontario and Lake Erie have been found to have a great amount of anti depressants in their brains. Uh oh! Uh oh! We’ve done another unspeakable and weird thing to the environment! Uh oh!
Reportedly because Americans’ anti depressant intake has risen so much, and then traces of the anti depressants are left in our urine, which go into the water supply which then makes its way to the fish. So fish are drinking our anti depressant pee then getting filled with Zoloft and whatnot! That’s not great! I don’t love that! No no!
Well, at least the fish regained their appetite for worms. They’re not sleeping with their eyes open all day. Heck, this is all for the better maybe! What do you think though? Let us know in the comments or on Twitter at @WhatsTrending.