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Plastic rubbish has been found in up to 80 per cent of mussels taken from British beaches.The pollution is a worrying sign of the scale of the amount of plastic rubbish in our seas, scientists said.They found that 557 marine species also including sea lions and birds have suffered as a result of eating or becoming tangled in plastic waste.The research by Whale and Dolphin Conservation points to rising numbers of whales and dolphins dying as a result.Around 10,000-27,000 tonnes of plastic are dumped in the seas around the UK every year – out of between five and 13 million tonnes worldwide.
The US has the highest contamination rate at 93 per cent, followed by Lebanon and India.
Robert Dyer from the Kent and Essex Association of Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority (IFCA) said the results were shocking.'I'm interested in seeing if, like the mussels, they are picking up any plastic contamination, because they are harvested and processed directly for human consumption,' he said.