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Marine debris on the Hawaiian coast - links to Wikipedia article about marine debris - we so need to clean up our act

Divers return to shore with collected marine debris. Photo: Lauren Wiskerson/Marine Photobank. read about: NGOs call on countries to cut marine litter by half www.xray-mag.com/...

Marine Conservation News: August 2011. Researchers rescued nine Hawaiian monk seals caught in fish nets and other marine debris.

25 years of ocean debris collected -- cigarette butts top the list!

Boat full of marine debris

Marine reserves ‘must adapt to climate change’. Photo: LCDR Eric Johnson, NOAA Corps. Read how Australia can be a world leader in designing marine reserves that keep pace with changes in the climate and human activity and still successfully protect their sea life www.xray-mag.com/...

A small puppy wandered up to U.S. Marines from Alpha Company, 1st Battalion 6th Marines, in Marjah, Afghanistan. After following the Marines numerous miles, a soft hearted Marine picked the puppy up and carried the puppy in his drop pouch. Good for both the dog and the soldier. so adorable.

A little food for thought this morning - Scientists estimate that up to 100,000 sea turtles and 1,000,000 other sea creatures die annually from trash ingestion

Duct tape, plastic bags, rope, fishing line, towels, sweatpants, and even a golf ball made up the several pounds of marine debris the whale had ingested.

Governments set to tackle international shark trade. Photo: Terry Goss 2008 / Marine Photobank. Read more about www.xray-mag.com/... a group of countries are taking action to protect sharks under an international treaty.

Crimes Against Marine Life Exhibit - humpback whale entangled in a gill net

Every year, ocean trash kills more than 1 million seabirds and 100,000 marine mammals and turtles when they ingest or become entangled in it. Click through and take the pledge to stop trashing our oceans!