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Imagine that you do not want to put your clothes away, so you throw them into your closet and forget about them. The same goes for shoes, games, books, etc.
After a while, thing start to pile up and get dirty and smelly, but you still do not want to do anything about it.
Imagine that you do not want to put your clothes away, so you throw them into your closet and forget about them. The same goes for shoes, games, books, etc. Things have now gotten out of hand and your room starts to smell, you can't find anythings and your closet is a gross dump.
This is happening right now, but in the ocean. People litter at the beach or throw trash into the ocean, not caring about where it's going or the harm it could cause. In reality, the garbage and trash floats about the ocean in clumps called garbage patches and harms animals who eat it, or get stuck in it. The debris pollutes the ocean and makes the water near it unsafe for living organisms that inhabit it.
Northern Pacific Gyre
One of the biggest ones, dubbed "Garbage Island" is in the Northern Pacific Gyre. This was discovered in 1997 and little effort has been made as well as progress.
You can help by using social media, such as twitter, facebook ,youtube, etc. to get the word out, and tell people to keep the ocean clean. and not litter. Use the hashtag #water>waste
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