Friday, June 8, 2007

More on the Plastic Problem

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"Normally, northern fulmars spend their whole lives way out in the ocean, touching land only during breeding season. Wildlife experts believe this one weakened after feasting on floating plastic, and died when a storm blew it onto an Ocean Park beach. Of the 59 pieces found in and around the bird's belly, all but one were plastic."

Follow this link
to read more about the floating mound of plastic in the pacific ocean.

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