Flesh-Eating Bacteria Seem to Thrive on Plastic And Seaweed Blooms : ScienceAlert


‘Flesh-eating’ bacteria have been found thriving on seaweed blooms and plastic pollution in the open Caribbean Ocean, and researchers worry the potential pathogens could come back to bite us.

Vibrio bacteria are known to feast on marine plant and animal tissues on the coastline. When humans consume seafood or…

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