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Plastics and Microbead Investigation
Posted by Corbridge Middle School, United Kingdom on 19 January 2018
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Last year one of the most iconic pictures in the news was a picture of a seahorse clutching an ear bud. This, and other news stories about the amount of plastic in our oceans, has brought the subject of plastics in water and plastic production into the eye of the public. We decided to investigate pl

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