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In the study of baby perch, their preference for plastic over actual food stunted their growth and appeared to make them unable to smell the presence of pikes, one of their main predators.
The plastic-stuffed baby perch were found to be eaten four times more quickly by a pike than others fed on a normal diet.
“These chemical cues may lure consumers, such as anchovy, into regions of high plastic density and activate foraging behaviours, thus making it difficult to ignore or reject plastic items as potential prey.” The researchers, from University of California, Davis, and San Francisco’s Aquarium of the Bay, added that plastic accumulated chemicals that were used by some fish, seabirds and sea turtles to find food.