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14 Photos That Will Make You Give Up Plastic for Good – Save the Sea

14 Photos That Will Make You Give Up Plastic for Good

14 Photos That Will Make You Give Up Plastic for Good
14 Photos That Will Make You Give Up Plastic for Good

The photographer freed this stork from a plastic bag at a landfill in Spain.

In Okinawa, Japan, a hermit crab resorts to a plastic bottle cap to protect its soft abdomen.

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Some animals now live in a world of plastics—like these hyenas scavenging at a landfill in Harar, Ethiopia. They listen for garbage trucks and find much of their food in trash.

Plastic Straw

A whale shark swims with plastic back off the coast of Yemen, Africa in the Gulf of Aden.

This poor sea turtle off the coast of Mexico is running from plastic packaging.

A great bowerbird in Queensland, Australia, surrounded by trash, glass and-of course-plastic straws.

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Galapagos Island iguana dealing with plastic trash on his home island.

A sponge crab off the coast of Edithsburgh wears a plastic over its shell.

This six pack holder is stuck o this bottle nose dolphins nose. Plastics like this

Peanut, was trapped in a six-pack ring at a young age, couldn’t get out of it, and her body continued to grow around it.

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A black-footed albatross crunches down on plastic garbage in Hawaii

Macaques inspect and play with a plastic bottle in Nepal.

A hawksbill sea turtle caught in nylon fish net off the coast of Brazil

Some birds don’t know any better and try and eat plastic, later regurgitating them in a pile.

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