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This Bizarre Insect Is Building Shelters Out of Microplastic

Crawling along the world’s river bottoms, the larvae of the caddisfly suffer a perpetual housing crisis. To protect themselves from predators, they gather up sand grains and other sediment and paste them all together with silk, forming a cone that holds their worm-like bodies. As they mature and elongate, they have to continuously add material…


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