On Thu, 12 Jan 2006 18:28:17 -0600, Dave Balderstone
If I'd meant thin shells, I'd have said so. This was never thought a
problem for the UK raptors - they nest differently to the US species
where broken eggs would be a likely result of fragile shells. I'm
thinking more of liver and kidney damage in predators. And before you
quote the old US studies that found no evidence for this, _mice_ aren't
predators. You need to look at species that are eating fatty DDT
consumers, not DDT consumers themselves.