Plastics and the Environment

How cows could help solve the problem of plastic pollution 

Not your average environmentalists. Image: REUTERS/Christinne Muschi

Nora Belblidia

Science writer, Frontiers

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Dacteria from a cow’s rumen, one of the four compartments of their stomach can digest plastic.. Image: Frontiers
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