There might not be as many microplastic fibres in oceans as we feared
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June 19, 20202 min read, 404 words

There might not be as many microplastic fibres in oceans as we fearedThere might not be as many microplastic fibres in oceans as we feared

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Published: June 19, 2020  |  2 min read, 404 words
×Most of the microfibres polluting our oceans – which have long been assumed to be plastic – are actually natural fibres like cotton and wool. But we don’t yet know whether these fibres pose the same health risks to marine organisms.Textile microfibres are major contributors to m...
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