A team of scientists, led by researchers at Monas University, analyzed insects and spiders found in six courses in this city and found traces of up to 98% of different types of pharmaceuticals.
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Scientists have discovered 69 different types of insect and 66 spider drugs. Scientists have explained that the drugs are passed on by a food chain. Insects feed on spiders and are food to raise blood stains, writes Guardian.
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Drugs flow into streams through wastewater treatment plants that fail to eliminate all harmful substances consumed by humans. Some come through septic tanks or permeable water and sewage pipes.
The water from the Melbourne brook and brook, even those with little waste, contained "the whole drug cocktail," the researchers said, not hiding that they were unpleasantly surprised.
This is the first study in the world that suggests that there are a number of pharmaceutical substances in the food chain and that some animals may be exposed to half the daily dose of antidepressant that is prescribed to humans, said study manager Erin Richmond.
– The study has shown that many traceable drugs are retained in the water bodies of the invertebrates, but also in the watercourses where they are thrown into the terrestrial areas around them. Spiders, birds, bats are consumed here. – Richmond explained.
The results of a study by scientists at the Monash University in Melbourne were published in the journal Nature Communications.