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SNAKES AS NOVEL BIOMARKERS OF MERCURY CONTAMINATION: A REVIEW
Haskins, D.L., R.M. Gogal Jr., and T.D. Tuberville.
Reviews of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology 249:133-152(2018)

The results of over 30 studies to discuss the impact of Hg on snakes were compiled and analyzed in a review of sources of exposure, bioaccumulation, health consequences, and specific scientific knowledge gaps regarding these moderate to high trophic predators.



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