Sometimes, pollution is blatantly obvious: the iridescent slick of an oil spill, goopy algae washing up on a beach or black smoke belching from a smokestack. But, more often than not, pollution is more inconspicuous. Our air, water, land, and wildlife are tainted with thousands of chemicals that we cannot see, smell or touch. It may not come as a surprise then, that this unnoticed pollution isn’t considered an important threat to wildlife that it should be. The planet has entered the sixth mass extinction of plants and animals, according to scientists, and Canada is not immune. More than half…

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Scientists are underestimating the threat of invisible pollutants to wildlife
Source: The Next Web