The Indian River Lagoon (IRL) is a bull shark nursery habitat essential to survival and recruitment of Atlantic coast bull sharks. Evaluation of 123 samples discovered the presence of a number of phycotoxin from dangerous algal blooms in 82 % of the bull sharks and their prey objects. Findings spotlight the potential menace of poisonous algae to the IRL’s ecosystem and surrounding human populations which will eat the identical prey species. The very best concentrations of most toxins have been detected in intestine content material samples, highlighting dietary publicity as an essential mechanism of toxin switch to bull sharks within the system.
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