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Scientists are the damage that glitter to our seas, oceans and environment. The scientists are for a worldwide ban on the sparkly, shiny pieces of plastic that everything from eyelids to greetings cards to furniture. Scientists from New Zealand's Massey University say glitter a micro-plastic and should therefore banned. They say a considerable amount of glitter up in the world's oceans. Fish cannot it and it does not break down, so it stays in the food chain. Professor Richard Thompson research in the seas around the United Kingdom. He found that plastic particles were in about one-third of the fish caught.

Micro-plastics tiny pieces of plastic that are less than five millimeters long. Most glitter around the world into the category of micro-plastics. Dr Trisia Farrelly told Britain's "Independent" newspaper: "I think all glitter should banned because it's a micro-plastic." Professor Thompson said: "I was quite concerned when somebody my daughters some shower gel that glitter particles in it. That stuff is to escape down the plughole and potentially the environment." Some cosmetics companies are now their use of plastic glitter. The company Lush stated: "We've micro-plastics by switching to synthetic and mineral glitter."

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