FLUORIDES AND ANIMALS INCLUDING OUR PETS

Aquatic organisms living in soft waters may be more adversely
affected by 
fluoride pollution than those living in hard or
seawaters because the bioavailability of fluoride
ions is reduced with increasing
water hardness…

We all have something to loose F.See the twenty two links below 

Ants,  –  Australian Lung Fish,  -  Caddis Fly,

Caimans,  -  Camels,  -  Cattle,   –   Chinchillas,

Daphnia,  -   Deer, -  Dogs,  -  Elephants, -  Elephants 2  - 

Fresh Water Fish, – Frogs, - Geese, - Goats - Guinea pigs ♦ see  below

Horses,  -  Honey Bees,  -  Kangaroos,  

 Sheep,  -  Tadpoles, - Frogs.

     ❝…Aquatic organisms living in soft waters may be more adversely affected by fluoride pollution than those living in hard or seawaters because the bioavailability of fluoride ions is reduced with increasing water hardness. Fluoride can either inhibit or enhance the population growth of algae, depending upon fluoride concentration, exposure time and algal species. Aquatic plants seem to be effective in removing fluoride from contaminated water under laboratory and field conditions. In aquatic animals, fluoride tends to be accumulated in the exoskeleton of invertebrates and in the bone tissue of fishes. The toxic action of fluoride resides in the fact that fluoride ions act as enzymatic poisons, inhibiting enzyme activity and, ultimately, interrupting metabolic processes such as glycolysis and synthesis of proteins. Fluoride toxicity to aquatic invertebrates and fishes increases with increasing fluoride concentration, exposure time and water temperature, and decreases with increasing intraspecific body size and water content of calcium and chloride. Freshwater invertebrates and fishes, especially net-spinning caddis fly larvae and upstream-migrating adult salmons, appear to be more sensitive to fluoride toxicity than estuarine and marine animals. Because, in soft waters with low ionic content, a fluoride concentration as low as 0.5 mg F-/l can adversely affect invertebrates and fishes, safe levels below this fluoride concentration are recommended in order to protect freshwater animals from fluoride pollution…

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Fluoridation MAY have implications for the Australian Lungfish
Neoceratodus forsteri, a protected species, which inhabit
the Wivenhoe Dam, if recycled water
is returned to the dam.
More on fish HERE

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ANADROMOUS SALMON

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Professor Paul Engelking says fish and fluoride don’t mix

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Fluoride Vol.27 No.4 220-226 1994

http://sonic.net/kryptox/environ/salmon.htm 

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 http://www.sonomacountygazette.com/cms/pages/sonoma-county-news-article-2262.html

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  Effects of Sodium Fluoride on Carp and Rainbow Trout by K.S. Pillai and

Fluorides MAY explain some of the fingerling problems with
Australian Bass (Macquaria novemaculeata)

Fluoride can either inhibit or enhance the population growth of algae,
depending upon the fluoride concentration…
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British Patent GB 8236; filed April 18, 1896:
Fluorine  compounds for the purpose of destroying insects. 

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HONEY BEES

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     Colony Collapse Disorder:

   ↓   The Bee Holocaust   ↓    

www.forbiddenknowledgetv.com/page/5852.html  (BBC 4)

NO MYSTERY HERE !
IN 2009, CHINA BANNED FIPRONIL PRODUCTS
CITING TOXICITY TO BEES

Fipronil (Manufactured by Bayer) is highly toxic for bees *, crustaceans, insects and zooplankton, as well termites, rabbits, the fringe-toed lizard  and certain groups of gallinaceous birds. It appears to reduce the longevity and fecundity of female braconid parasitoids.

 Fipronil -Fluocyanobenpyrazole, C12H4Cl2F6N4OS,  is a slow-acting FLUORIDE BASED POISON.
It is a broad spectrum insecticide that disrupts the insect central nervous system by blocking the passage of chloride ions through the
 GABA receptor and glutamate receptor I(GluCl), components of the central nervous system. This causes hyperexcitation of contaminated insects’ nerves and muscles.

 Seeds treated with Fipronil, produce flowers
toxic to the bee’s brain — They get lost going home !

see also:

  EPA THINKS A PIECE OF PAPER WILL SAVE BEES FROM PESTICIDES

'MONSANTO'

See Film Below 3

 Monsanto Caused 291,000 Suicides In India  

 ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑ ↑

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At-a-glance: from  Mecola.com

  • Monsanto is boasting its partnership with 4-H Youth Development Organization, the country’s largest and most influential youth organization with more than 6.8 million members in 80 countries worldwide

  • According to the annual reports, 4-H is receiving funding from Monsanto, Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation, Cargill, DuPont, United Soybean Board, Coca-Cola, and Pfizer

  • Monsanto has been hijacking society at every turn, including government institutions, colleges and universities, media agencies, and so-called representatives of “science”

  • Monsanto recently attempted to brainwash young children with a 16-page book called ““Biotechnology Basics Activity Book” full of colorful pages and cartoon characters touting the “benefits” of GMO

Strong evidence also suggests ‘Neonicotinoid Pesticides

Manufactured by Bayer, is also a major bee killer.

France will outlaw this soon.

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FIB...

FIPRONIL IS HIGHLY TOXIC TO MANY FISH.

EuropeanCommission

Fipronil - (Contains Fluoride )
It is used in Australia to spray locusts.

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TERMIDOR

‘Termidor’ (Fipronil) is also used against termites.

Fipronil is broad spectrum insecticide that disrupts the insect central nervous system 
by causing hyper excitation of nerves and muscles. Fipronil is a slow acting poison. 
|When mixed with a bait, it allows the poisoned insect time to
return to the colony and kill other insects
in the same nesting site.

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FLUPYRADIFURONE-Yet Another Bee Killer

THE NEW ‘F’ WORD

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‘FRONTLINE’ for fleas, on pets contains Fipronil (fluoride)

   http://termiteuniversity.com/Chandler.pdf  

Dogs and fluoride toothpaste-a no no!

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Australian native wild animals are somewhat F. tolerant. 1080 (Sodium fluoroacetate) is used to kill dingos (dogs) (not strictly native to Australia). Mammalian animals including humans suffering with severe fluorosis, yield milk with a VERY low levels of fluoride. — Nature protects her young —

Fluoride Toxicity in Domestic and Wild Animals

Read More: http://informahealthcare.com/doi/pdfplus/10.3109/15563657208990999

2011 Study – Neurodegenerative changes from fluoride of brain, spinal cord and sciatic nerve

MICE EXPOSED TO ARSENIC SUSCEPTIBLE TO INFLUENZA

http://www.fluorideresearch.org/411/files/FJ2008_v41_n1_p083-088.pdf

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THE DISAPPEARING HOUSE SPARROW

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More info on  →  Daphnia and Fluoride
Sometimes Daphnia may be used in certain environments

to test the effects of toxins on an ecosystem, which
makes them an indicator genus …

Daphnia

Credit photo to  http://www.arkive.org/about/contact.html

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FLUORIDE IN PET FOOD:
Extract from:

Manataka American Indian Council™
Fluoride – dangerously high levels found in pet food

By Melissa Solis – Houston Pet Care Examiner

Pet food has a new level of danger hiding behind its labels. Environmental Working Group (EWG) just released a new study that showed high levels of fluoride in eight of ten pet foods tested. Consuming fluoride can lead to many serious health concerns.

Three studies show that boys who drink fluoridated tap water between the ages of 6 and 8 face a heightened risk of osteosarcoma, the rare but deadly form of bone cancer associated with fluoride (Bassin 2006; Cohn 1992; DHHS 1991). Scientists suspect that boys’ rapid growth may make them more susceptible to bone cancer (Bassin 2006)

OSTEOSARCOMA IS THE MOST COMMON PRIMARY BONE TUMOUR IN DOGS;  it is estimated to occur in over 8,000 dogs each year in the U.S., primarily in larger breeds (Chun 2003; Dernell 2001; Priester 1980; Withrow 1991). According to a recent expert review, the actual incidence is probably higher, since not all cases are confirmed and registered (Mueller 2007). Large dogs with fast growing bones are especially at risk. Only 5% of all osteosarcomas develop in dogs weighing less than 30 pounds and giant dogs generally develop osteosarcoma at a younger age compared to smaller-sized dogs and (Cooley 1997; Misdorp 1979).

A dog drinking adequate water would be exposed to 0.05-0.1 mg fluoride per kg of body weight daily, depending on the dog’s water consumption. A 10-pound puppy that eats about a cup of dog food a day would ingest approximately 0.25 mg fluoride/kg body weight/day based on average fluoride content in the 8 contaminated brands tested by EWG. At that rate, the puppy would consume 2.5 times more fluoride than EPA’s legal limit in drinking water.

When fluoride in drinking water is taken into consideration, a 10-pound puppy would be exposed to 3.5 times more fluoride than EPA allows in drinking water. Large breed puppies may be exposed to even more fluoride…

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This research was carried out by the Queensland Government.

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  FLUOROSIS OF SHEEP IN QUEENSLAND  

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    COMMONWEALTH of AUSTRALIA

Melbourne. 1938

BULLETIN NO. 121 Observations on the Toxicity of Fluorine for Sheep

     CSIRO was original formed in 1926 as CSIR
(Council for Scientific and Industrial Research)

MINERAL DEFICIENCIES & EXCESSES IN CATTLE & SHEEP IN BRITAIN

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— P.T.F.E. —

( The F. is for fluoride )

Perfluoro-octanoic acid (PFOA), an ingredient of Teflon and also known as ‘C-8’,
is a suspected carcinogen now found in humans, other animals and plants.
PFOA is very persistent. Released into the environment it looks as if it
will take literally millions of years to biodegrade.

Just get rid of the non-stick fry pan...

       →  YOUR PET BIRD COULD COME TO A STICKY END  

PET BIRDS CAN DIE AN EXTREMELY PAINFUL AND AGONIZING
DEATH WHEN EXPOSED TO FUMES FROM

Dupont- Deadly Ch.

Teflon Cookware (contains F.)

 polytetraflouethylene (PTFE).

“Like so many products developed for the sake of convenience  without concern for human health,
 Teflon coated non-stick cookware when heated has proven to be a primary source of a dangerous toxic fluoride derivative, specifically perfluorinated chemicals”

PTFE is odorless and invisible and bioaccumulates. When heated above 260ºC it is lethal to birds (pets) and will give humans flu like symptoms. A Teflon pan reached 721°F in just five minutes as measured by a commercially available infrared thermometer.  However safe alternatives are now now available (from their web site):

 CeraMax Ceramic cookware is forged with a super-efficient thermal conductive base which instantly radiates heat throughout the entire pan in seconds.100% PTFE and PFOA free Ordinary non-stick pans often contain the chemical compounds PTFE and PFOA in their coatings. These chemicals can alter the original taste of your food and can even release toxins into your food..


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Problems with fire fighting chemicals

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IN CASE YOU MISSED IT →  ABC News-Impacts of PFOS and PFOA 

It was revealed in September 2015 [This problem will be here for a long time.]

 the chemicals had leaked from Williamtown Air Force base into ground and surface water, prompting bans on bore water and closing fishing grounds. ”Stop trying to downplay the seriousness of this issue. They are incredibly serious toxins, and it is a real worry for those people living around them.-” Mariann Lloyd-Smith, National Toxics Network senior advisor. - The New South Wales Environment Protection Authority (EPA) has started a statewide investigation into the historical use of the firefighting foam.

Editors comment:
The RAAF once used harmless environmentally friendly fermented blood and bone,
and liquorice to make fire fighting foam, – it made the plants grow fast…

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Toxic Flame Retardants

PROBLEMS WITH FIRE RETARDANTS

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Full text  →  HERE  ← 68 years ago !

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THE DISAPPEARING SPARROW & FLUORIDES

   Guinea pigs have a requirement for vitamin C,
because they can not cannot manufacture or store vitamin C.
(Lack of the enzyme L-gulono-gamma-lactone oxidase).
(THE SAME AS US HUMANS)

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