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Contaminated Fish (.pdf)




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Name contaminated_fish.pdf
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Pages 1[1]


This PDF file details the health risks, environmental concerns, and safe consumption levels for a number of common fish and shellfish. This is important because fish are quite popular in New Kidron and can be a very healthy option. However, more than a few fish species are not safe to eat due to contamination. Therefore, this PDF is one way I can help safeguard the physical health of New Kidronites. And, thankfully, a lot of the more common New Kidronite fare (such as salmon, light tuna, tilapia, pollock, shrimp, and oysters) is given a very favorable assessment. I first downloaded this file in, I believe, October, 2010.


This PDF was created by employees at the Environmental Defense Fund and is copyrighted January, 2009.

I created this metadata on July 9, 2011 and last modified it on July 10, 2014.


  1. In addition to this document, the EDF also a much larger, online seafood selector at http://seafood.edf.org/.
  2. 1. The page in this file is oversized, having great length.

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