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Apparently BPA causes male mice to lose their attractiveness to female mice, and they lose the ability to navigate mazes, which is normally a male skill. Something to think about.
“The poor little guys didn’t see it coming when researchers from the University of Missouri exposed them to the chemical, but they sure felt the fallout. All of a sudden, all of their best “guy mice” moves started falling flat with the ladies. The female mice generally rejected them refusing their moves to mate.
To make matters worse, the BPA-exposed males performed poorer on spatial-navigation tasks designed to mimic their ability to find a mate in the wild than did their non-BPA-exposed counterparts.”