This video shows a hybrid striped bass quickly gobbling up four minnows. Fed only once every three days, the bass tend to become quite aggressive about downing their meals. After being exposed to high concentrations of Prozac, however, some bass took up to two minutes to capture their first minnow and didn't finish all four with the allotted 25 minutes. Over the nearly month-long experiment, a few bass lost their appetites altogether.
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Source: Clemson University's Institute of Environmental Toxicology