Man-made plastic has made its way into the stomachs of crustaceans living miles below the ocean surface in deep trenches, a “worrying” new study finds.
Man-made plastic has made its way into the stomachs of crustaceans living miles below the ocean surface in deep trenches, a “worrying” new study finds. Rajanish Kakade AP
Man-made plastic has made its way into the stomachs of crustaceans living miles below the ocean surface in deep trenches, a “worrying” new study finds. Rajanish Kakade AP

Humans have dumped tons of plastic into oceans. Now it’s reached the deepest depths, study finds

November 16, 2017 05:10 PM

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