COLUMBIA — About 13 years ago, scientists studying fish on the Missouri River noticed something strange: They were pulling pallid and shovelnose sturgeon out of the river that had both male and female reproductive organs.
Missouri River researcher to discuss how estrogen-like chemicals affect sturgeon
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