Seabirds Eat Floating Plastic Debris Because It Smells Like Food, study finds

Wildlife News9 November 2016


Algae on drifting plastic waste gives off a sulfur compound which smells similar to the krill many marine birds feed on, researchers have discovered.
THEGUARDIAN.COM BY HANNAH DEVLIN

Read More: https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2016/nov/09/seabirds-eat-floating-plastic-debris-because-it-smells-like-food-study-finds-algae-sulfur



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