Three-quarters of fish in world's longest river Nile contain microplastics


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Plastic pollution in the world's longest river Nile has a shocking impact on its biodiversity as three-quarters of the fish analyzed have been found containing microplastics. The secret research carried out by a British scientist will surely alarm those who often talk about the implications of plastic getting into the human food chain. Millions of people dependant on Nile fish for their livelihoods are in great danger.