The Pacific Garbage Patch is a misnomer: it isn’t a constant blanket of plastic floating around in the ocean, but is instead a large area where tiny bits of plastic are dangerously common. There are a few areas where wind and water currents concentrate plastic into higher concentrations than usual (there’s one near Hawaii and another near Japan), but these shift with the currents.
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