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Ocean Health Created by Jadyn Duddeck, Kaitlyn Buss, and Adam Frohmader Freshmen class of Lakeside Lutheran School 2016 World of Seven Billion student video contest October 2016
Ocean trash is one of the most serious pollution problems. It effects people, wildlife, and the economies. The trash in the water injures swimmers, harms wildlife that eats it or gets trapped in it, drives away tourists because of ugliness, and ensnares boat propellers that could be costly. The good news is that we can help save the ocean.
We can volunteer to clean up beaches. Water contaminated by oil spills and chemicals, negatively impact human health and animal and recreational oppurtunities
the world has ____________________ pollution and ______ percent is in the ocean. ______ percent seagulls and ____ animals die each year of ocean pollution.
Fourteen billion pounds is dumped in to the ocean. One million sea birds and ten thousand sea mammals are killed by pollution per year.
We need to get rid of litter, recycle, reuse and reduce. WE can do clean ups which can save animals lives and discourage people from littering in the future.
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Recycling and composting prevents about 85 million tons of material from being disposed from the ocean
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