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Deep-Sea Animals Found To Now Be Ingesting Microplastics, Research Shows

Even deep sea animals, such as sea cucumbers, hermit crabs, and squat lobsters, are now ingesting microplastics pollution, according to a new study from Bristol and Oxford universities. The findings are the result of work down by researchers working in the mid-Atlantic and south-west Indian Ocean on the Royal Research Ship (RRS) James Cook. What [&hellip Deep-Sea Animals Found To Now Be Ingesting Microplastics, Research Shows was originally posted on: PlanetSave.
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