Could This Tiny Bug Help Solve Our Big Plastic Bag Problem?
A wiggly, ravenous caterpillar — one that doesn’t limit its diet to naturally grown objects — can biodegrade plastic bags, a material infamous for the amount of time it takes to decompose, a new study finds. The 1-inch-long (3 centimeters) wax worm …
Could This Plastic-Eating Caterpillar Be The Answer To Our Waste?
These pesky caterpillars can eat plastic bags
A Worm May Hold The Key To Biodegrading Plastic
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