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From: Jaq (12.236.179.41)
Subject:         Since the Livestock feed is now tainted with fish eating the BP oil spill,
Date: September 23, 2010 at 3:55 pm PST

In Reply to: How I beat Lactose Intolerance posted by John Lawrence on April 29, 2009 at 4:22 pm:

can you tell me why anyone would want to eat meat or meat products like cheese or milk?

    The seafood supplier, Wallace Seafood, had found unusual white spots on some of the mullet being caught, and won't sell the fish until testing is completed to see if they're safe to eat. According to the company's Brent Wallace, "Mullet feed off the bottom and we donít know whatís been down there."

    Another fisherman raised the same concern as Wallace Seafood -- that mullet are bottom feeders so you don't know what they've been eating -- and added that because of their migratory nature, you also don't know where they've been eating. This fisherman, nicknamed "Red," who talked about the oil not being visible on the surface because the dispersants have made it sink down into the water, explained how mullet eat, sucking just about anything into what he called their "gizzard," the black spot seen on the fish in the video below.

    With the very unsurprising revelation reported by NPR last Monday that the oil from the BP oil spill isn't gone, but has merely sunk to the sea floor, it's no big leap to assume that the diet of these bottom-feeding, migratory fish is likely to include just about anything in that "fluffy and porous" layer of oil and "recently dead" things reported by Samantha Joye from the Department of Marine Sciences at the University of Georgia. As David Hollander of the University of South Florida is quoted as saying in the same NPR report, "A lot of fish go down to the bottom and eat and then come back up. And if all their food sources are derived from the bottom, then indeed you could have this impact."

    Bottom-feeding fish used as hog feed...

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