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This is directly from the Algalita Marine Research Foundation: http://www.alguita.com/feature.html

“Pelagic Plastics

Plastic in the ocean may be one of the most alarming of today’s environmental stories. Instead, plastic goes through a process called photodegredation, where sunlight breaks down plastic into smaller and smaller pieces until there is only plastic dust. But always plastic remains a polymer. When plastic debris meets the sea it can remain for centuries causing untold havoc in ecosystems.”

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