More masks than jellyfish could soon appear in Mediterranean waters

A disposable masks were found floating underwater, on the seabed, among nets and other debris. A single face mask could take hundreds of years to break down into microplastic, the kind of microplastic is now being found in fish destined for human consumption, sea salt and even sea spray.

More than 2 billion disposable masks ordered in France alone

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