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Even Styrofoam Doesn’t Last Forever, In The Face Of These Hungry Worms

Scientists are discovering that no matter how unappetizing a substance seems, there’s always someone in the animal kingdom willing to eat it.

Plastics like polystyrene—otherwise known as styrofoam—have long been thought nonbiodegradable. In landfills or the open environment, they’re known for staying intact, even as they break into pieces. They change shape and form, but never completely go away.

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