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A research has said that a river bird species is ingesting hundreds of plastic fibres every day through its insect prey. Researchers said this is the first evidence of microplastics passing from insects to predators in rivers. They examined droppings and regurgitated pellets from adults and nestling dipper birds and found microplastic fragments in roughly half of 166 samples collected.
short by Aishwarya / 11:03 pm on 22 May
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