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Reduce unnecessary plastic to save turtles
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save the turtles
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In a new study published in the journal Scientific Reports, scientists examined data about the deaths of 1,000 sea turtles that washed up on the shores of Australia, looking at the amount of plastic debris found inside their stomachs, intestines and rectums. According to a press release, researchers at Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation (CSIRO) in Australia found that a turtle had a 22 percent chance of dying from ingesting one plastic item. Once a turtle gobbles 14 pieces of plastic, the mortality rate jumps to 50 percent. Once an animal eats 200 pieces of plastic death is eminent
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2018-11-15T11:45:53.734000+00:00
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2018-11-20T15:55:26.265000+00:00
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