7 Aug, 2017 @ 06:57
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Palma Aquarium revelations about plastic pollution demand action from us all

AT RISK: Marine life threatened by plastic pollution

THE alarming revelations from Palma Aquarium’s Debora Morrison that most marine animals they are called out to rescue have been polluted with some form of plastic should give us all cause for concern.

AT RISK: Marine life threatened by plastic pollution

The mania for plastic bottles of water in Palma is just one example of how human wastefulness can contribute to the crisis. And as the island’s population swells in the summer months, the issue only worsens.

It behoves us all to take greater care of our plastic usage. The health, and the future,of the beautiful Mallorca waters we all enjoy depends on it.

Staff Reporter

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