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People say "Why support the Plastic Bag Ban?" Take a look at this photo and see what is happening to the life in the ocean. Ghost nets, plastic, chemicals, etc are showing how we use the ocean as a dumping ground. Plastic Bags have killed thousands of turtles by thinking they were jelly fish. This is why I support the BAN :) Image posted by Artist For The Ocean FB Page


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#Plastic sperm whale - stop #plasticbags from killing our sealife - use reusable bags! #endangered #species

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"Doesn't this make you SAD? Doesn't this make you MAD? ! ! ! What part can YOU do to eliminate hazards & pollution to our habitat/planet?? If you don't know ~ Find out ! ! ! Also get someone else involved!" ~ Garbage from humans in the oceans is wreaking havoc on its wildlife!

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♡ We CARE so we SHARE! ♡ PEOPLE! Remember this when helium balloons float away! THEY CHOKE DOLPHINS!

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more like the Horiffic Pacific Garbage Patch which is a gyre of human-based marine pollution now floating in the central North Pacific Ocean located roughly between 135°W to 155°W and 35°N and 42°N. The majority of pollution on the patch is plastic, which scientists now know can be 100% recycled …

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Indeed, plastic is everywhere, and it’s clogging our oceans. About 8 million metric tons of plastic waste is dumped into the world’s oceans every year, and all marine life—from tiny plankton to giant whales—have to live in it. #PlasticPollution #Pollution

Disturbing Images Expose the Horrific Impact of Plastic Trash on Marine Animals

It really is so simple. YOU can make the choice to stop pollution - save the seas - save the animals - save the earth.

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Hahha, well this is true

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Plastic in the ocean is a problem everyone contributes to but rarely contemplates

Plastic pollution in ocean likely underestimated, researchers say