Plastic Waste Has Turned Deep Sea Into Trash Can Of Oceans

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The scientists detected microplastic particles in each of the sediment samples taken – between 215 and 1596 particles per kilogram of sediment. (AWI/Newsflash)

The incredible diversity in the deepest levels of the oceans is being threatened with extinction by micro-plastics, a new study has revealed. The shock findings emerged after scientists studied the…

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New British Study Finds Large Amounts Of Toxic Chemicals Like Copper And Lead In The North Atlantic

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The Continuous Plankton Recorder (CPR) is fitted with silk meshes and towed in surface waters similar to the spaces occupied by marine mammals. (Marine Biological Association/Newsflash)

A new British study has found large amounts of toxic chemicals such as copper and lead in the North Atlantic potentially poisoning the fish that eventually end up on our…

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