Plastic from China, the USA, Indonesia and many other countries, carried away by sea currents, accumulates in the center of the ocean as a Large Pacific garbage patch. According to environmentalists, it already covers a space of more than 1.5 million km ^ 2 and contains from 10 to 100 kg of plastic per square kilometer.
The mysterious world of the depths has given world science a surprise, which at one time alarmed scientists around the world. These findings in the Mariana Trench still excite the minds of researchers.
Researchers have confirmed that the most common drug in England — cocaine - accumulates in huge quantities in the waters of the River Thames. But what really happens to animals that live in such an environment?