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What Impact Are Microplastics Having on Shrimps?

News   Jul 22, 2020 | Original story from Universitat Autònoma de Barcelona

 
What Impact Are Microplastics Having on Shrimps?

A study conducted by the UAB certifies that despite the presence of microplastics in deep-sea shrimp, the amounts detected do not cause any types of health problems. The research coincides with other studies pointing to the fact that there is no danger for human consumption, either. The research will be available in the next issue of Environmental Pollution. Credit: SEAaq/UAB.

 
 
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