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  • Karen Henderson

    This is a seaotter mother freeing her pup who is incasd in a plastic bag. Plastic Pollutes! : Seaotters.com – Inspiring Conservation through Education

  • Shannon Bell

    Plastic Pollutes! Sea otter pup encased in a single-use plastic bag. Fortunately mom was able to remove the bag before the pup suffocated.

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