Adele Peters7 months ago
Yes, definitely agree that they don't need to be eaten, though I did notice the oyster farmer mentioned in the comment below (perhaps he's dealing with a different kind of pollution, though, and it's safer). Regardless, though, I'm wondering how the oysters process what they're taking in. Even if people aren't eating them, the oysters get eaten by birds and crabs and other natural predators. Are the toxins really leaving the ecosystem?