A superworm can eat about eight times more than other plastic-ingesting insects.
Recycling seems like a simple cure for our plastic craving: is taking the plastic we have and make it into new items. But problems abound. Current technology mainly causes plastic of a lower caliber than it was before, countless types of plastic aren’t recyclable at all, and much of the plastic is swimming into the sea , not even in the recycling flow. So it’s vital that we find new ways to break down plastic, and scientists have just discovered one: a superworm that can eat about eight times more than other plastic-ingesting bugs like mealworms.
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