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This will make you think

This will make you think

These Photos Showing the Animal Victims of Our Trash Will Make You Drop Plastic Like a Bad Habit!

These Photos Showing the Animal Victims of Our Trash Will Make You Drop Plastic Like a Bad Habit!

My buddy in WA getting it done. Here first hog taken out of Oregon 2/28/15

My buddy in WA getting it done. Here first hog taken out of Oregon 2/28/15

Every year Japanese fishermen trap approximately 2,000 dolphins in a secluded bay in Taiji. Of those 2,000 dolphins, a few dozen are selected to be sold to aquariums and the rest are slaughtered for meat.    The horror of the Taiji dolphin slaughter was brought to world-wide attention in 2009 by the award-winning documentary “The Cove.” In spite of global outcry, the killing is scheduled to begin again on September 1st.

Every year Japanese fishermen trap approximately 2,000 dolphins in a secluded bay in Taiji. Of those 2,000 dolphins, a few dozen are selected to be sold to aquariums and the rest are slaughtered for meat. The horror of the Taiji dolphin slaughter was brought to world-wide attention in 2009 by the award-winning documentary “The Cove.” In spite of global outcry, the killing is scheduled to begin again on September 1st.

Welcome to a new school year! This year we are featuring our top picks from #R4R every Sunday on our social media platforms. To kick us off for this year, we are featuring the Lesson Plan and Outdoor Activity, "Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup" for #ResourceSundays. This resource focuses on educating students about the importance of removing shoreline litter to help create healthy waters for everyone, including the wildlife and the communities that depend on them.

Welcome to a new school year! This year we are featuring our top picks from #R4R every Sunday on our social media platforms. To kick us off for this year, we are featuring the Lesson Plan and Outdoor Activity, "Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup" for #ResourceSundays. This resource focuses on educating students about the importance of removing shoreline litter to help create healthy waters for everyone, including the wildlife and the communities that depend on them.

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PLASTIC KILLS SEALS AND SEA LIONS! Alafair (@alafairxvx) | Twitter

PLASTIC KILLS SEALS AND SEA LIONS! Alafair (@alafairxvx) | Twitter

Chris Jordan

Chris Jordan

<p>There are an estimated 270,000 tons of plastic floating on the surface of the ocean and according to a new study authored by researchers at Plymouth University found, a staggering 700 different marine species are threatened by its presence. </p>

700 Marine Species Might Go Extinct Because of Plastic Pollution. Here Are 5 Ways You Can Help!

<p>There are an estimated 270,000 tons of plastic floating on the surface of the ocean and according to a new study authored by researchers at Plymouth University found, a staggering 700 different marine species are threatened by its presence. </p>

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