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Endangered sea turtles eat more plastic than ever

Green turtles are swallowing twice as much plastic as they were 25 years ago, according to a study from the University of Queensland.

Researchers analysed global data, which shows the turtles are at the highest risk of being harmed or even killed from ingesting marine debris.

The study calls for management of man-made debris at a global level, before it reaches the ocean.

Read more at The University of Queensland

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