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Breaking News cocaine waste increased in thames makes eels hyperactive | Breaking News

Cocaine Waste Increased In Thames Makes Eels Hyperactive

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cocaine waste increased in thames makes eels hyperactive | Breaking News

London - Eels in the Thames, the river that flows through London, are hyperactive because of the large amounts of cocaine in the water of the city. According to researchers at King's College London, the cocaine use of city dwellers has increased significantly. The drugs also end up in wastewater - and so on flora and fauna.

Weekend use of cocaine increaes so the waste into the river Thames.

Quantities of cocaine and Benzoylecgonine - a metabolite of cocaine - are high throughout the week, with only a slight increase around the weekend. This line is not comparable with drug use in other cities, "the researchers said in their report. According to the researchers, London is seen as a major consumer of the drugs.

The research report was released with a second report, which was published by the University of Naples. It showed that eels showed 'hyperactive' behavior when cocaine was thrown into the water.

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Cocaine Waste Increased In Thames Makes Eels Hyperactive

London - Eels in the Thames, the river that flows through London, are hyperactive because of the large amounts of cocaine in the water of the city. According to researchers at King's College London, the cocaine use of city dwellers has increased significantly. The drugs also end up in wastewater - and so on flora and fauna. Weekend use of cocaine increaes so the  waste into the river Thames. Quantities of cocaine and Benzoylecgonine - a metabolite of cocaine - are high throughout the week, with only a slight increase around the weekend. This line is not comparable with drug use in other cities, "the researchers said in their report. According to the researchers, London is seen as a major consumer of the drugs. The research report was released with a second report, which was published by the University of Naples. It showed that eels showed 'hyperactive' behavior when cocaine was thrown into the water . https://www.whatsorb.com/waste/fighting-against-the-plastic-soup