Whales use their lives to call for people to reduce plastics

publisher: Spuntree
Time: 2019-10-18
Summary: Whales use their lives to call for people to reduce plastics
Whales use their lives to call for people to reduce plastics
According to the latest statistics, about 8 million tons of plastic waste flows into the ocean every year, and as many as 15 million marine creatures die from plastic every year! On November 24 last year, in New Zealand, 145 pilot whales "collectively committed suicide" stranded beaches. The scene was shocking. Even if the protectors quickly rushed to the scene, the whales were not saved. In fact, this is not the first time that a whale has committed a collective suicide. Looking at the whales lying on the beach, we can't do anything. We can only watch them die. We should apologize for their death. Whales live in the ocean and survive by preying on marine life. However, in recent years, marine life has been trapped by plastics or there are countless animals that die from plastics because there is no food. Sad things.

Whales live in the deep sea for a long time. Because whales have long been eating plastic garbage floating on the sea, their bodies begin to have problems. After eating plastic, their stomachs will be damaged, their body functions will be problematic, and finally they will have difficulty eating. Some of the dead whales have been dismantled, and people have found many plastic bags and plastic bottles in their stomachs. We guess that their huge body, stranding is the most painful thing for them, perhaps they want to end their lives in this way in exchange for relief. Because the disease has changed their bodies, they will be suicidal in order to commit suicide. How precious life is, animals have the same life and thoughts as us. Reduce the use of plastic products and protect the environment together, we are in action. Use environmentally friendly cutlery and disposable straws with us to avoid more damage.

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