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Dear Future Grandchildren,

I am really sorry for all of the problems that we have caused. I feel really bad for all of those animals that are swimming in the oceans with plastic in it. We are going to recycle from now on. I wish people didn’t throw rubbish on the street because it is going in to the ocean and animals are going to get stuck in all that plastic. Also people can suffer. And if you put can holders on the street it bends up in the ocean and turtles and bother animals can get there head stuck in them.

But i know how to help that. We are going to recycle from now on. People might still throw rubish on the floor but we will pick.

Your sincelly ,
Olivia Coughlan

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