In its study of chemicals routinely used in fracking off the California coast, the Center identified at least 10 that could kill or harm marine life, including fish and mammals. The chemicals include endocrine disrupters, neurotoxins and carcinogens. Some are bioaccumulative, meaning they build up in an organism’s body and concentrate up the food chain.
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