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Thai Turtles Plastic Filled Stomach Highlights Ocean Crisis

By Agence France-Presse,

130 days ago   Article ID# 4235267
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THAILAND - Startling images of plastic shreds, rubber bands and other debris found jammed in the stomach of a green turtle in Thailand have highlighted the crisis of waste-strewn seas following the widely publicized death of a whale this month.

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Updated 130 days ago   Article ID# 4235267

   

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