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Dear future generations,

I am shocked by how mutc plastic is in our oceans and because of that our beautiful sealife is dying such as fish and reefs.This hurts the environment and ecosystem.

Now we’ve started recycling and helping to clean our oceans. People have already started using BIODEGRADABLE plastic to help a bit of the problem and save the planet.

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