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Banea-Vaedr t1_iyeesx9 wrote

I know this isn't what "selectively harm" means but I can't help but imagine a coral minding it's own business and then a piece of plastic coming up and cock blocking it


Bierbart12 t1_iyehq8j wrote

Pieces of plastic looking hotter than any coral. This is the sexy androids endangering mankind thing all over again


giant2179 t1_iyezjkf wrote

Well, if they weren't fully functioning and programmed in multiple techniques it wouldn't be a problem


alice2wonderland t1_iyepgaj wrote

The TLDR of this is that BPA and 4-Nonylphenol, known endocrine disruptors in vertebrates, also have an endocrine disruptive effect on coral.


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