Scientists found traces of manmade fibres and plastics in the stomachs of sea creatures living at the bottom of the deepest ocean on Earth, in a concerning world first. 
The shocking results show no part of the world’s oceans now remains untouched by human waste. 
Scientists from Newcastle University tested crustaceans at the bottom of the Mariana Trench, known as Challenger Deep. At 10,890 metres below sea level it is the remotest part of the world’s oceans. 
Each creature was found to have ingested some form of manmade material, including the plastics Nylon, PVC, and PVA. 
Dr Alan Jamieson, professor in marine ecology and the study’s lead, said the results were “immediate and startling”. 
“There were instances where the fibres could actually be seen in the stomach contents as they were being removed,” he said. 
“We felt we had to do this study given the unique access we have to some of the most remote places on Earth, and we are …