Plastic pollution toll on wildlife expected to rise to 95 per cent, G20 to hear

More than half the world's turtles and two-thirds of some bird species along Australia's east coast are being found to have ingested plastics as the toll from pollution mounts, a leading CSIRO researcher said.

Sydney Morning Herald

Last updated on 07 March 2017

Type: 
Media Watch
Country: 
Australia
Region: 
Oceania
Threats: 
Pollution
Species: 
Natator depressus