Chilling report on 'new' BFRs in Arctic species

The presence of compounds TBB and BEHTBP in animals on the Svalbard Islands, located between Norway and the North Pole, has shown the long-range spreading capacity and bio-accumulating potential of 'new' brominated flame retardants (BFRs).

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