It's not OK
Are you OK with our ocean life swimming around like this
Plastic is the most common element found in the ocean
Even though much of the trash and waste dumped into the ocean is released hundreds of miles away from land, it still washes up on beaches and coastal areas, and affects everything in between
Every marine animal is affected by man-made chemicals released in the water
Over one million seabirds are killed by ocean pollution each year.
Three hundred thousand dolphins and porpoises die each year as a result of becoming entangled in discarded fishing nets, among other items. One hundred thousand sea mammals are killed in the ocean by pollution each year
There is an island of garbage twice the size of Texas inside the Pacific Ocean: the North Pacific Gyre off the coast of California is the largest oceanic garbage site in the entire world. There, the number of floating plastic pieces outnumbers total marine life six to one in the immediate vicinity.
What you can do
throw your rubbish away
If you see rubbish flying around pick it up
Throw your rubbish in the bin
encourage others to throw away there rubbish and recycle
being animal friendly pet lover
help take care of the beach