Oestrogenic chemicals create hermaphrodite fish

Researchers in the Netherlands have demonstrated that oestrogenic pollutants can make male fish hermaphrodite.1 Exposure to alkyl phenols - a group of compounds produced from the breakdown of some non-ionic detergents - caused the fish permanently to develop characteristics normally seen only in females.

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