World’s Most Toxic Fish

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When you think of fish, you think of the healthiest foods on the market. Usually, fish is considered healthy food. There is a simple explanation why.

Fishes are high in protein, omega-3 fatty acids, and a lot of minerals. But what if we tell you that fish is also toxic? We know that mercury and lead can be found in certain fishes.

However, you will be surprised to see some of the most toxic fishes on the planet. For starters, salmon is one the list. And for many years, we’ve considered salmon one of the healthiest foods.

Nowadays, salmon has more in common with junk food than health food.

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