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Plastic pieces that are less than 5mm in length are called microplastics. Microplastics can be formed by fragmentation of large plastic waste material. Microfibres from washing of textiles, microbeads used in cosmetics and even paint from land run-offs can dump microplastics in the ocean. Biomagnification refers to increasing concentration of a substance, such as a toxic ..
Topics: Biomagnification • Human impact on the environment • Microbead • Microfiber • Microplastics • Natural environment • Nature • Plastic pollution • Pollution • Sea • Technical fabrics • Water pollution