Is kitty litter radioactive?
Most cat litter is made from clay, or bentonite, that acts as an absorbent. Since clay typically contains elevated levels of naturally-occurring radionuclides, large amounts of cat litter can be measurably radioactive. Shipments of cat litter have been known to trip radiation monitors.
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