Great Pacific Garbage Patch hosts stable community of coastal animals

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Rubbish pulled from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch hosts a community of animals that normally live on coasts

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Coastal sea creatures have been found living and reproducing on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, thousands of kilometres away from their natural…

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