PLASTIC DEBRIS CREATES DEADLY TRAP FOR HERMIT CRABS: AUSTRALIAN RESEARCHERS

Plastic debris on a remote Australian island may have cost the lives of over half a million hermit crabs who were simply in search of a home, according to researchers' estimates released on Thursday.

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