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AMAZING  Whale carrying 64pounds of waste and plastic washes up at spanish beach

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When a young sperm whale washed up on a beach in southern Spain, scientists wanted to know what killed it. They now know: waste -- 64 pounds of it. Most of it plastic, but also ropes, pieces of net and other debris lodged in its stomach

Officials said the whale died of an abdominal infection, called peritonitis: It just couldn't digest the waste it had swallowed, causing its digestive system to rupture

The discovery has prompted authorities in Murcia, Spain, to launch a campaign to clean up its beaches?

Around 150 million tons of plastic are already floating in our oceans -- with an additional 8⃣ million tons entering the water each year, according to the World Economic Forum. A report, released last month, found 70% of marine litter is non-degradable plastic. And that figure is expected to triple within a decade
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(04-15-2018, 11:11 AM)Ernest Micheal Wrote: When a young sperm whale washed up on a beach in southern Spain, scientists wanted to know what killed it. They now know: waste -- 64 pounds of it. Most of it plastic, but also ropes, pieces of net and other debris lodged in its stomach

Officials said the whale died of an abdominal infection, called peritonitis: It just couldn't digest the waste it had swallowed, causing its digestive system to rupture

The discovery has prompted authorities in Murcia, Spain, to launch a campaign to clean up its beaches?

Around 150 million tons of plastic are already floating in our oceans -- with an additional 8⃣ million tons entering the water each year, according to the World Economic Forum. A report, released last month, found 70% of marine litter is non-degradable plastic. And that figure is expected to triple within a decade


Huge stuff.
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(04-15-2018, 11:11 AM)Ernest Micheal Wrote: When a young sperm whale washed up on a beach in southern Spain, scientists wanted to know what killed it. They now know: waste -- 64 pounds of it. Most of it plastic, but also ropes, pieces of net and other debris lodged in its stomach

Officials said the whale died of an abdominal infection, called peritonitis: It just couldn't digest the waste it had swallowed, causing its digestive system to rupture

The discovery has prompted authorities in Murcia, Spain, to launch a campaign to clean up its beaches?

Around 150 million tons of plastic are already floating in our oceans -- with an additional 8⃣ million tons entering the water each year, according to the World Economic Forum. A report, released last month, found 70% of marine litter is non-degradable plastic. And that figure is expected to triple within a decade


Whale is a huge creature.
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