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Dear future generations,

I am mad that people are putting plastic in the ocean. Plastic can kill sea creatures like fish and dolphins. It is sad that creatures are dying because of plastic. Plastic is killing fish they think that it is food don’t put plastic in the ocean.

People, don’t put plastic in the water. Don’t use lots of plastic it kills animals. You can plastic again and again. Please stop using plastic it is bad.

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