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Plastic lays a fatal swath in our oceans

Plastic lays a fatal swath in our oceans

May 14, 2018

The most recent infographic from CIG unveils the devastating toll that plastic pollution is taking on our oceans’ inhabitants.

The infographic states, “Our marine life is suffering slow and painful deaths due to plastic pollution.”

It goes on to give the dreadful statistic that affects at least 700 marine species, and at least 100 million marine mammals are killed each year from plastic pollution.

 

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