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Turtles eat more black and green plastic as it looks like sea grass, scientists find

Turtles eat more black and green plastic as it looks like sea grass, scientists find

The Telegraph - By Sarah Knapton

Black plastic is already the bete noire of recycling, with lasers unable to bounce off its dark surface, causing it to pass straight through the sorting system into landfill or incineration. But new research has discovered it’s also more harmful to marine life. Green turtles are more likely to …

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