As above, so below

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Their work, published by Environmental Pollution, is the first-ever investigation of the interactions between plastic microfibers and sea anemones. Anemones are closely related to corals and can help scientists understand how coral reef ecosystems are affected by millions of tons of plastic contaminating the world’s oceans.

One of the most-common types of plastics in the ocean are microfibers from washing synthetic clothing and from the breakdown of maritime equipment such as ropes and nets. Microfibers are found across all the world’s oceans and are beginning to appear in fish and shellfish consumed by humans.

“Plastic pollution is a serious and growing problem for our oceans and the animals that live in them,” Romanó de Orte said.

See also;

Plejaren Contact Reports 601,603,637.

http://www.futureofmankind.co.uk/w/index.php?search=Microplastic&title=Special%3ASearch&profile=default&fulltext=1

 

 

 

One Response to “As above, so below”

  1. Airborne plastic particles blanket remote mountains | Cosmic Love Says:

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