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Liz Pasqualini
Liz Pasqualini • 2 years ago

Captain Charles J. Moore has been around the world in a boat. Now he is back to talk about how much garbage there actually is in the ocean, and what that means for wildlife.

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All I have to say is the Pacific Garbage Patch. Look it up. (btw there are garbage patches in every ocean on Earth. The PGP is just the biggest...)