A species of frog recently discovered to be mutating due to the insertion of atrazine into the environment.

Tyrone B. Hayes of the University of California at Berkeley found the atrazine affected the frogs at doses of 0.1 part per billion. As the amount of atrazine increased, as many as 20 percent of frogs exposed during early development had multiple sex organs or had both male and female organs.

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