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Waterfront Charters Jul 17
In keeping with their principles, our crew members will constantly pick up plastic rubbish they come across in the water. Every bit retrieved is one less chance of a seabird being caught or a seal being entangled. Help us spread the word: 🐧
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Margo Tamzone Jul 18
So proud to be partnered with an organisation so passionate about playing their part in 🙌
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W'LA Jul 16
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Ch00bie Jul 10
K. E. E. P Y'ALL T.R.A.S.H OUT OF THE OCEAN!!!!!!
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Tracking Sharks Feb 1
Happy Friday from the waving whale, who would also like to reminds us all to reduce reuse and recycle.
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nancy slaughter 2 Jan 16
for just 10 cents a day you can help the effort to stop polluting our oceans with trash 🙏🏻🌏♻️
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The Lizard Lady 1 Jul 18
lizards easily live in human-modified environments, but it’s still shocking to see them diving in and out of our on small uninhabited islands! 🐢🌎🌊♻️
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Avani🌞 12 Jul 18
Just a friendly reminder to try and reduce your trash and always put it where it belongs (often the recycling) if you see litter, pick it up !!! Doesn’t matter if it’s yours or not. Everybody do their part and others will join.
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mahopkins 26 Mar 17
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Julie Ellerton 8 Jun 17
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Kai Hoffman Jul 16
This makes me think twice about using curling ribbon
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Best of Ekurhuleni 7 Jun 17
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World Animal News 16 Jan 17
This is what happens when nets & plastic are dumped in our . Sea turtles rescued after being caught in nets. 🙏🌊🌍
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Skegness Natureland 26 May 18
❗️WARNING❗️ If you are squeamish best to look away now. We feel we need to show just how much we are affecting the planet with our actions. Earth was found with fishing wire wrapped around her neck, her wound was washed and is now doing OK
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Snow 10 Apr 13
Even if North Korea fires the missile into the ocean I'll be pissed
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Lou 22 May 16
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Paola Andrea Jan 21
Pick up a Pack! You'll get a carrying case, cleaning brush and 3 stainless steel straws. They donate 10% of net profits to Marine Life and Ocean conservancy. ☺️ . . . $15.00 each pouch . You can use it in YETI products . Si te interesa dm
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Ann Daniels 3 Sep 17
Protecting our children means protecting our environment
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Simenona 🦄 27 Mar 17
Had to share for the greater good of humanity. My head just exploded from cutest. ❤🔴❤ k, nite.
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mace 29 Jun 17
was so heartbroken to find this today. he thought a plastic bag was a jellyfish & ate it. :(
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