Metals and compounds that are naturally occurring and have not had any measurable increases in otter habitats have had varying effects on their reproductive bones.

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Caution: Some crude language in the article below.

News Headline:

Gizmodo author gets paid to torque the results of a study and make sex jokes about the effects of naturally occurring compounds and metals in the Athabasca region on the reproductive bones of otters

Tar Sands Pollution Is Giving Otters Limp D*ck

The Facts:

Metals and compounds studied are naturally occurring, have not had any measurable increases in otter habitats and there have been both positive and negative differences depending on the individual otter and their reproductive bones. This seems like a weak attempt make a headline.

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