Marine animals may eat more plastic if it is biodegradable
Marine animals may be more likely to eat biodegradable plastics than conventional plastics, according to a study of crabs and worms on a beach in Australia. The findings suggest that increasing biodegradable plastic use can harm wildlife more than anticipated.
Plastic pollution is a pervasive global issue, with millions of tonnes ending up in the environment every year. It also poses a risk to wildlife, with previous studies finding it harms the fertility and metabolism of some species.
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