Study Finds High Levels of Mercury in Michigan Fish

Toxins in our fish continue to be a problem for wildlife and people, particularly in Michigan.

A new study shows that mercury levels are a big problem in our fish.

Michigan has been under a mercury fish advisory for years, but it's causing some concern.

There are few areas in Northern Michigan with the highest level, but Grand Traverse County has the second highest level of mercury in its fish.

9&10's Kelly Davis and photojournalist Jeff Blevins have more details on the findings.