PCB levels still high in Europe’s killer whales, smaller dolphins

Decades after ban, toxic pollutants remain a threat to long-lived cetaceans

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STILL POLLUTED  Some of Europe’s fragile populations of killer whales and other dolphins still carry high concentrations of PCBs decades after the toxic substances were banned.

Andy Foote

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