When Fish Eat Microplastic Pollution, They Become Bold, Reckless, and Die Younger
Microplastics leave fish with nutrient deficiencies, which pushes them to venture outside safe waters in search of proper food.
Rajvi Desai is The Swaddle's Culture Editor. After graduating from NYU as a Journalism and Politics major, she covered breaking news and politics in New York City, and dabbled in design and entertainment journalism. Back in the homeland, she's interested in tackling beauty, sports, politics and human rights in her gender-focused writing, while also co-managing The Swaddle Team's podcast, Respectfully Disagree.