Pollution Has Worked Its Way Down To The World's Deepest Waters

Via NPR

Deep down in the Marianas Trench, human pollution has been discovered by a research team from Newcastle University.

"The amphipods were contaminated with PCBs — polychlorinated biphenyls — toxic chemicals used for decades in industry, as well as other industrial pollutants known as persistent organic pollutants."

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