October 26, 2012
LONGVIEW, Washington State. — Oregon State University researchers are reporting bluefin tuna caught off-shore in Washington State contain radioactive cesium. Researchers say the tainted fish are a result of last year’s Japanese nuclear reactor disaster.
Of course, researchers are saying that the amount of radiation is way too small to harm us people.
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University and federal scientists caught and tested fish before and after the March 2011 Japanese earthquake and tsunami that caused a nuclear reactor to release radioactive material.
In May, researchers in California found traces of radioactive cesium in bluefin tuna caught off the southern coast.
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