Baby Fish Feast on Microplastics, and Then Get Eaten

Found 30 days ago at Wired

Teeming off Hawaiis famous beaches is a complex web of life—sharks, turtles, seabirds—that relies enormously on tiny larval fish, the food for many species. In their first few weeks of existence the larvae are at the mercy of currents, still too puny to get around on their own, gathering by their millions in surface “slicks” where currents meet. And its here where theyre increasingly meeting a...

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