Microplastics are rising across the Mediterranean Sea
Marine biologists have warned over rising microplastics in Mediterranean Sea.
According to datas of Project Mediterranean, alarming results from plankton samples were revealed at a conference about the sea on the island of Ponza, near Naples, Italy.
A lot of plastic waste that ends up eaten by smaller fish, which in turn enter the human food chain. "The production of plastic in the world increases of nine percent every year,” explains Professor Adriano Madonna, a leading marine biologist at the University of Naples.
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