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Japanese Eels Found Living in Polluted River are Shining Example of Resilience

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Running under the lights of a seemingly endless corridor of neon-lit advertising boards through a dense urban area of 2.7 million inhabitants, the Dotonbori River, was described as having the water quality of a “toilet bowl.” Yet this icon of urban Japan hides a slithery secret—a surprisingly robust population of one of the country’s most […]

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