Sir David Attenborough's Blue Planet II hammered home the tragedy of plastic pollution in our oceans. â€¯Up to 12 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the sea each year; not far off the weight of a million London buses. This includes tiny bits of plastic from cosmetics, bathroom products and tyres.
Sea creatures can get tangled up in plastic – or mistake it for food. The effects can be fatal. Harmful chemicals linked to plastic have been found in species from plankton to dolphins.
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