133 comments

  • Christine S.
    06/20/2020 14:49

    Nick Brock Of course people are to blame. They have 🗑 bins, don’t they? Use them!

  • Gustavo P.
    06/19/2020 08:53

    🥴 if I ask Mother Nature do we deserve a second chance !! I know the answer is !! F noo

  • Judith L.
    06/19/2020 04:47

    Starts with people....how can anyone believe they can just chuck these things on roads, beaches etc. There are plenty if bins around..or take them home to dispose of. Do we have to be told everything by our Governments. Common sense....should be used..

  • Jasmine B.
    06/19/2020 02:56

    With the right filtration burning rubbish for electricity would help this... Northern European country is doing it!

  • Mig M.
    06/19/2020 00:20

    Sorry, but personal responsibility is at fault. Just like it isn’t the government’s fault if you litter. This is littering.....

  • Atmas S.
    06/18/2020 23:51

    I blame the ppl.

  • Ana H.
    06/18/2020 20:52

    What's wrong with people???

  • Peggy S.
    06/18/2020 20:25

    Will people never learn

  • Fatih T.
    06/18/2020 20:20

    Ces pollueurs méritent un confinement total et à vie, comme ça la planète trouvera tout son souffle et son originalité. Un désastre, aucun civisme, aucune discipline. Merci.

  • Kathya F.
    06/18/2020 18:57

    Where i live the penalty for littering is costly or jail time, if cought commiting the act, there are some humans out there who just dont care about generations to come and their very existence in this world example COVID19.

  • Kevin O.
    06/18/2020 18:12

    Covid Condoms

  • Laura Y.
    06/18/2020 17:39

    Yes I see this all over the store parking lots up here in Washington State

  • Mary T.
    06/18/2020 17:30

    The people that are doing this live like this at home too!!! They are just slobs, that's all there is to it.

  • Jonathan B.
    06/18/2020 17:02

    There’s something wrong with the human race. People in general are mindless.

  • Beth A.
    06/18/2020 16:43

    😕

  • Alan S.
    06/18/2020 16:43

    One of our online stories for families inspired by this sad turn of events. https://youtu.be/Az-KxPTsuCE

  • Zach F.
    06/18/2020 16:08

    c'mon plague!

  • Pamela P.
    06/18/2020 15:25

    what, are you surprised?

  • Dian W.
    06/18/2020 15:14

    The fact that jellyfish survived for 650 million years despite not having brains, gives hope to many people..

  • Lisa E.
    06/18/2020 15:10

    Just take them home and dispose of them, its simple.

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