Coastal Seagrass Traps, Purges Millions of Plastic Particles From Water Each Year, Research Finds
Coastal, underwater seagrass traps most of the plastic it filters into natural clumps of seagrass fibre called ‘Neptune Balls,’ which then get beached.
Aditi Murti is a culture writer at The Swaddle. Previously, she worked as a freelance journalist focused on gender and cities. Find her on social media @aditimurti.