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Water covers more than 70 percent of the planet's surface, making our rivers, lakes and oceans the lifeblood of our planet. Many of these bodies of water may be out of sight and out of mind, but our health may depend on their protection.
Currently, scientists believe the world's largest garbage dump isn't on land...it's in the Pacific Ocean. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch stretches from the coast of California to Japan, and it's estimated to be twice the size of Texas. "This is the most shocking thing I have seen," Oprah says.
In some places, the floating debrisestimated to be about 90 percent plasticgoes 90 feet deep. Elsewhere, there are six times more pieces of plastic than plankton, the main food source for many sea animals.
Where did this trash come from? Marine biologists estimate that about 80 percent of the litter is from land, either dumped directly into waterways or blown into rivers and streams from states as far away as Iowa.
Read more: http://www.oprah.com/world/Ocean-Pol...#ixzz255cw0xvs
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Semoga kita tetap di berikan kesadaran untuk tidak membuang sampah sembarang..walaupun fasilitas pembuangan sampah dan tenaga pengolahan sampah minim di negara kita , Mari kita mulai dari mengolah sampah dengan baik dan benar..untuk kelestarian bumi kita yang sudah tua ini
Update...bungkus mie sedaaap juga ada ini gan di samudra pasific