Flying insects carry microplastics in their bodies - Treehugger
Flying insects carry microplastics in their bodies
If a bug starts its life in water, there's a good chance it is eating microplastic pieces. Mosquitoes start their lives as larvae, living in the water. They are filter-feeders, wafting tiny pieces of algae into their mouths in order to grow and move on ...
Published on 19 Sep 2018 at 02:03PM