Even Cicadas Found to be Full of Mercury

Think twice before you eat one of the Brood-X cicadas. That's the latest warning from researchers who have found surprising levels of mercury in these insects. The cicadas emerge once every 17 years, and their recent emergence throughout the Eastern United States has prompted a variety of sources to recommend eating them for an unusual delicacy. But researchers say they have found significant levels of mercury in some of the cicadas, with some of the levels reaching those in fish that have...

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