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Dear future generation,

I am sorry for all the problems what were caused and now the polo bears ice caps are melting and when it’s all gone polo bears will be Extinct and no longer exsist and all plastic is going in the ocean and all fish can get stuck in bottles and cans and eat the plastic.

I would like to tell people to stop throwing plastic on the floor and stop putting. Plastic in the ocean because the fish could die so please stop the pople from throwing Rubish on the floor and the ocean because lots of animals could die so please stop throwing  plastic in our ocean pleas stop  because our world is in danger pleas save the world.

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