A fatberg longer than the Leaning Tower of Pisa is clogging another UK sewer

“Fatbergs” — a portmanteau that combines “fat” & “iceberg” — are giant masses of hardened fat, grease, and household garbage that clog sewer systems. A 210-foot-long fatberg, which is longer than the Leaning Tower of Pisa is tall, was recently discovered in the sewers under Sidmouth, a coastal town in Devon, England. This fatberg is only a quarter of the length of the one discovered in London in 2017.

Imagine holding a massive, squishy beach

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