The most plastic found in a fulmar's stomach was 20g. If you scale that up to human scale, that's like us consuming 2 kilograms in our stomach.
Every year, 8 million metric tonnes of plastic finds its way into the ocean.
Turltes can mistake plastic for jellyfish, which they then eat and can die.
Every day when humpback whales are feeding on plankton, they can ingest 300,000 pieces of microplastic.
Plastics never disappear, they just break down into smaller and smaller pieces, which doesn't goes away. This can become part of a food chain ending up in the fish we eat and inside of us. That could amount to 11,000 pieces of plastic per year inside of us... just think about that.