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North Atlantic right whale. Photo: NOAA

The Plastic Pollution of Fishing Gear Is Much Worse Than Straws

If you care about the environment, it’s time to start talking about the 640,000 tons of discarded fishing gear killing ocean creatures

On good days, Dr. Sarah Sharp gets to watch living North Atlantic Right Whales. The school-bus sized, dark creatures, with scoop-like…

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Kristin Hugo

Kristin Hugo

Science journalist based in the SF Bay Area. Loves adventure, the outdoors, bones, and animals. @KristinHugo on Twitter, @RollBones on TikTok.

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