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Microplastics in bear and deer feces in Taiwan

Scientists have found microplastics in bear and deer feces in Taiwan, highlighting how the tiny flakes and particles are polluting natural ecosystems and being ingested by animals and humans even in some of the world’s most remote places. As Aaron Clark reports, plastic was found in fecal matter from protected species including black bears, sambar deer, otters, yellow-throated martens and leopard cats, according to a study by Greenpeace East Asia and local experts.

Two Formosan Black Bears enjoy honey ice at Taipei City Zoo in 2003. Photographer: Sam Yeh/AFP/Getty Images

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