Friday, June 9, 2017

Why Microplastic Debris May Be the Next Big Threat to Our Seas


Microplastics are particularly problematic for the planet's seas since they're a lot harder to see with the naked eye. Measuring less than five millimeters and often requiring magnifying technology to view, these are particles of broken-down plastic fibers that end up in the ocean. Marine life can easily ingest the particles or mistake them for food.

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  1. Follow the link to the original article and check out the related news at the same website. I wonder who it is that keeps saying move along folks nothing here to see.

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