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Microplastics have invaded the deep ocean - and the food chain
by Christopher Joyce, Correspondent, Science Desk
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6 June 2019
On 6 June 2019 NPR (National Public Radio) reported:
The largest habitat for life on Earth is the deep ocean. It's home to everything from jellyfish to giant bluefin tuna. But the deep ocean is being invaded by tiny pieces of plastic -- plastic that people thought was mostly floating at the surface, and in amounts they never imagined.
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