Wax worms can eat and break down one of the most common plastics, polyethylene. Their digestive process breaks the plastic’s chemical bond, producing an organic compound.


lzphyi24NlMHP5iH3d8 S3ZLfzTXf6KO6m50glVTrJI Wax worms can eat and break down one of the most common plastics, polyethylene. Their digestive process breaks the plastics chemical bond, producing an organic compound. submitted by /u/recentfish to r/science
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