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Dear future generations,

I am ashamed we are we should recycling plastic we should not put plastic not on the flour.bags and bottles are on the floor and it kills fish.it is causing floods around the world

we need to reuse plastic to have less floods and need to reycicle plastic.wen you reyuse we have less plastic on the flour.less on the floor meens no fish will die.birds are dieing lots offish are dieing.

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