Plastic pollution in albatross chicks

To: "Peter Shute" <>, <>, <>
Subject: Plastic pollution in albatross chicks
From: "Gemfyre" <>
Date: Tue, 20 Oct 2009 21:25:45 +0800
Simple really.

People throw out syringes or cigarette lighters. Rubbish makes it's way to ocean via various means. Albatross thinks floating plastic looks like an appetising fish and grabs it, takes it back to the nest and feeds it to the chick.


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