Apr 24, 2017
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An international team of scientists discovered a new plastic garbage patch in Arctic waters north of Norway.
Scientists have found that a caterpillar commercially bred for fishing bait has the ability to biodegrade polyethylene: one of the toughest and most used plastics, frequently found clogging up landfill sites in the form of plastic shopping bags.
Scientists have discovered that wax worms can eat plastic bags. Could that help us reduce plastic pollution?
Norwegian researchers found 30 plastic bags in the stomach of a whale that was euthanized.
Scientists have discovered what appears to be tiny microorganism remains preserved in quartz in Canada, and have dated them to a whopping 3.77 billion years ago.
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