With eight million tonnes of plastic polluting oceans every year, the tide is turning on humans. A new study has revealed that once plastics are deposited into the ocean, over time it breaks down into microplastics which are ingested by sealife, and eventually by seafood eaters. These microplastics have the potential to enter the bloodstream.
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