Is this fish’s cancerous tumor a sign of water pollution?

RedOrbit: The confirmation that a smallmouth bass caught in a Pennsylvania river last year had a rare type of cancerous tumor has some people concerned about the health of aquatic life in the region, and worried that the waterway might be polluted with dangerous chemicals. As reported by the Washington Post on Tuesday, officials with the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission confirmed that the bass did have a cancerous tumor, adding they would continue to investigate the matter and collect evidence “to......

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