Could the solution to plastic pollution be found in this caterpillar?

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(Natural News) Caterpillars are hungry little creatures. They eat a lot of food and store it as energy for their future transformation into butterflies or moths. While they usually eat plant matter, a BBC article reported that the larvae of the greater wax moth (Galleria mellonella) appeared to eat plastic. An amateur beekeeper found a…

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