Ocean Debris: Habitat for Some, Havoc for Environment, Experts Say

Publication: National Geographic News   Date: April 23, 2007   View Article

Look under a chunk of plastic afloat in the ocean and you’re likely to spot a fish or two. But look inside the stomach of a dead albatross or sea turtle and you’re likely to find chunks of plastic.

So goes the paradoxical legacy of plastic debris in the ocean.

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