But, she notes, the findings are limited to a small number of animal remains from just a few sites, and therefore may not fully represent the diets of Norwegians from thousands of years ago. The hunter-gatherers are also known to have eaten haddock, whale, dolphin, reindeer, and beaver. Once in the water, fish absorb mercury through their gills and their food. Seal bones at the sites contained up to 15 times the recommended levels of cadmium and up to four times the recommended levels of lead. The level of mercury—which can cause damage to the brain, kidneys, and immune system in humans—was also high in both animals. The majority of the cut marks on the seal bones suggest the animals were butchered for their meat, rather than simply skinned. Wildfire researcher deported amid growing rift between Indonesian government and scientists By Dyna Rochmyaningsih Feb.
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