1024px-PlombBallesMunitionsanciennesFranceIt’s in the water in Flint, MI. But Lynne Peeples also warns, in a feature for Undark magazine, that lead is also in the ground, air, and animals, including ones that humans use for food. The problem stems from lead ammunition. Lynne (@lynnepeeps) crisscrosses the western states to find out how lead bullets enter the environments and the hazards they pose. See more at www.lynnepeeples.comimage: lamiot