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You Will Want To Recycle Everything After Seeing These Photos!

You Will Want To Recycle Everything After Seeing These Photos!


 A Child Drinks Polluted Water From A Stream In Fuyuan County, Yunnan Province

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 A Mute Swan Builds A Nest Using Plastic Garbage

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 Stork trapped in plastic

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 Toirtouse trapped in plastic

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A seal badly wounded and in pain, not safe in its own environment

Ares Caius

 Albatross Killed By Excess Plastic Ingestion (North Pacific)

PopulationSpeakout

 Bangladesh Landscape Filled With Trash

 PopulationSpeakout

 Beijing In A Cloud Of Smog

ChinaFotoPress

 Bird in oil spill

Charlie Riedel

 Bird in oil spill

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 Boy Swimming In Polluted Water In India

Greenatom

 Cat Sunning In Trash (Wetsahara, Morocco)

 Nadine Kreation

 Homeless Koala

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 Landfill In Acra (Ghana)

 PopulationSpeakout

 Oiled Penguins

Jon Hrusa

 Open Dumping In The Streets Of New Delhi, India

 Emma Valette

Seals nose trapped in pollution

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 Surfing A Wave Full Of Trash (Java, Indonesia – The World’s Most Populated Island) 

PopulationSpeakOut

 This Crab Lives In An Old Bottle

 animalnewsthepodcast.wordpress

 Trapped in plastic, this poor turtle’s waist never grew

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 Trash Washed Out To Sea… (Mekong, Laos)

 Raymond Richards

 Turtle Population Killed By Chemicals In Environment (Tunisia) 

 The Tunisian Ecocide Group

 Young Raccoon With Fishing Lure In His Lip

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