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Biotoxins Affecting Bivalve Shellfish In Coastal Waters In The West Of The Isle Of Skye

Highland Council's Environmental Health team have identified raised levels of naturally occurring bivalve shellfish biotoxins following routine monitoring at Loch Harport. Eating bivalve shellfish such as cockles, mussels, oysters or razor fish from this area may pose a health risk arising from the consumption of these biotoxins. [Read Full Article]