Read more about the article Rescued Endangered Turtles Teach Beachgoers Grim Truth Of Pollution
Picture shows two green turtles (Chelonia mydas) that were returned to the sea on the beaches of San Clemente del Tuyu, Argentina, on Thursday, Jan. 5, 2023. They were rescued after getting caught in the nets of fishermen and rehabilitated. (Fundacion Mundo Marino/Newsflash)

Rescued Endangered Turtles Teach Beachgoers Grim Truth Of Pollution

Marine life experts use two endangered turtles rescued from plastic pollution and fishing nets to educate beachgoers in Argentina. The green sea turtles were rescued after becoming caught in artisanal…

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Read more about the article Experts Grow New 3D-Printed Nose On Woman’s Arm After She Lost Hers To Cancer
Picture shows a reconstruction of the patient's nose from biomaterial that was implanted in her forearm. The nose was able to be transplanted in the nasal region successfully with a creation of a connection between blood vessels. (Toulouse University Hospital/Newsflash)

Experts Grow New 3D-Printed Nose On Woman’s Arm After She Lost Hers To Cancer

Experts in France have grown a woman a new 3D-printed nose on her forearm after she lost hers to cancer. Newsflash obtained a statement from the Toulouse University Hospital in…

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Read more about the article All Turtles At Recovery Centre Found To Have Ingested Plastic
Pictures shows the microplastics ingested by the turtles recovered in the La Tahonilla Wildlife Recovery Center, in Tenerife, Spain, undated. All the turtles treated at the centre have ingested plastic throughout their lives. (Cabildo Insular de Tenerife/Newsflash)

All Turtles At Recovery Centre Found To Have Ingested Plastic

A worrying new report has shown that all turtles treated at an animal recovery centre in Tenerife have ingested plastic. Plastic traces were found in stool samples from every turtle…

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Read more about the article Plastic-Lined Cups And Tea Bags Release Nanoparticles Into Liquids
Nylon cooking bags are a source of nanoparticles according to a new study in American Chemical Society, reported in April, 2022. (Newsflash)

Plastic-Lined Cups And Tea Bags Release Nanoparticles Into Liquids

Trillions of potentially dangerous nanometer-sized particles are being spewed into the environment by everything from plastic cups to tea bags so people can have a little bit more convenience at…

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Read more about the article Seals Gaping Neck Wound From Plastic Packing Band
The deep wound caused by a plastic band used for industrial-type packaging on the neck of a South American fur seal (Arctocephalus australis) in Villa Gesell, Argentina, in April, 2022. (Fundacion Rescate Verdemar/Newsflash)

Seals Gaping Neck Wound From Plastic Packing Band

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Shocked marine wildlife experts have released harrowing footage of a seal left with a gaping neck wound after it became entangled in plastic packaging. The huge wound was first noticed…

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Read more about the article How Plastic Waste Could Be Used To Grab CO2
Graduate student Paul Savas feeds raw plastic into a crusher to prepare it for pyrolysis, or heating in an inert atmosphere. (Jeff Fitlow/Newsflash)

How Plastic Waste Could Be Used To Grab CO2

Scientists have discovered a double environmental breakthrough - how to capture carbon dioxide by using heat-treated plastic waste. The breakthrough came from boffins at Rice University, in the city of…

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Read more about the article People Eat One Credit Cards Worth of Plastic Trash a Week Says Study
Entrance area of ​​the medical university campus and the Vienna General Hospital in the Austrian capital of Vienna. (MedUni Wien, AKH Wien, Houdek/Newsflash)

People Eat One Credit Cards Worth of Plastic Trash a Week Says Study

People are eating the equivalent of one credit card every week in their diet, a new study into the effects of plastic particles on human health has revealed. The particles…

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Read more about the article Huge Venomous Tropical Spider With Skull On Its Back Found Among Bananas In German Supermarket
Employees of a supermarket in Krefeld, Germany, discovered the poisonous spider in a banana box from the Dominican Republic on Monday, (1 February). (Feuerwehr Krefeld/Newsflash)

Huge Venomous Tropical Spider With Skull On Its Back Found Among Bananas In German Supermarket

This huge, venomous spider from the tropics with the likeness of a skull on its back has been found in a box of bananas at a German supermarket. The discovery…

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