(Notice that all animal life cannot distinguish between nutrient foods and plastic. This creature’s stomach held enough plastic of every description to finally give it a painful and slow death of choking and starvation. Yet, humans refuse to engage plastic-deposit-return laws or change containers all to glass in 2013 and God only knows how far into the future. We should not manufacture plastic bottle caps or anything that can fall into the mouths of the creatures of the natural world.) Photo by kanat.jsc.vsc.eud
(Countless millions of seabird suffer the fate of this one with plastic-loaded bellies that they mistaken for food. If world leaders and manufacturing CEOs possessed an ounce of morality-ethics-personal accountability over the money they make---this horrendous “ghastly tale” could be solved.)
(Marine life worldwide strangles itself on plastic debris circulating around the planet on the surface and beneath the waves. Humans kill 100 million sharks annually (that figure is correct and has gone on annually for over 25 years) and heaven only knows how many die from ingesting plastics before they die and sink to the bottom where there is no way to count their numbers.) Photo bywww.Sprinterlife.com
(Typical island beach anywhere around the world where plastics float up and land. Trillions of pieces of plastic of every discription continue their onslaught on wildlife and the natural world. What do humans do? In the last 50 years since they invented plastics, they keep throwing it into the oceans with no pause in sight.) Photo bywww.oceanfilmfest.org
(This whale died with a belly full of plastic. Ultimately, the plastic stuffs up marine creatures’ colons so they cannot process foods and die.) Photo by www.invw.org
(Very few people comprehend the enormity of the plastics onslaught around our planet. Again, it’s floating and landing not only on beaches, but under the oceans as well. In its wake, utter devastation on eco systems, marine life and, in the end a “ghastly tale” for all of humanity.) Photo www.columbia.edu
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