A recent video was posted on the Internet. In this video, the team of scientists took nearly ten minutes to remove a plastic pipette from the nose of a Pacific turtle. “In the beginning, it looked like a worm,” said sea turtle expert Christine Figgener of Texas A&M University, who helped the injured turtle on the coast of Costa Rica.
Like humans, the digestive tract and the entrance to the respiratory tract in the turtle’s body are connected. Therefore, when we vomit, something will come out of the nostrils. Maybe the straw is erroneously entering the respiratory tract from the digestive tract and then drilling into the nostrils of the reptile. According to a report in January this year, in as many as 5.25 trillion pieces of marine garbage, the straws are “indispensable.” And this incident tells us where those straws went last.
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