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Taste, Not Appearance, Drives Corals to Eat Plastics

News   Oct 25, 2017 | Original Story from Duke Nicholas School of the Environment.

 
Taste, Not Appearance, Drives Corals to Eat Plastics

A white fleck of plastic is engulfed by a coral polyp. Credit: Alex Seymour, Duke Univ.

 
 
 

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