Plastic particles threaten marine life

Micro-plastic fragments from the western North Atlantic, collected using a towed plankton net. Photo: Giora Proskurowski, Sea Education Association (SEA)

Micro-plastics entering the food chain are increasingly being found in the oceans and could prove to be as harmful to marine life as larger debris like plastic bags, a new report suggests.

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