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Giant Creatures Made Out of Plastic Pollution

Giant sharks, whales, and turtles — oh my! This nonprofit art project is making giant sea creatures out of plastic pollution. ♲🦈 Special thanks to The Washed Ashore Project.

09/08/2018 5:01 PM
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  • Dawn B.
    09/08/2018 17:18

    Oregon rocks! <3

  • Charlene L.
    09/08/2018 23:48

    Beautiful!!

  • Selmane A.
    09/09/2018 14:50

    Im so proud of what you have done with this ideas and hope that every one do the same good luck

  • Love O.
    09/10/2018 12:38

    Here in Philippines we have so many plastic in our sea, But no recycle for it like what u did!..

  • Carolyn M.
    09/10/2018 20:35

    Great program!! I’ve been to Bandon, OR and seen some of the art!

  • Sarah L.
    09/11/2018 00:52

    This is absolutely amazing!!!

  • Suzy K.
    09/11/2018 04:15

    Let’s go back to how I grew up in the 1950s to save the earth. All drinks from milk to soda only came in glass bottles which had to be returned at the grocery to get your deposit back. Only Wax paper and aluminum foil paper bags and Tupperware were used to store food. Plastic bags were not in existence yet. Meat was wrapped in paper and purchased from the butcher. Not in plastic like today. Straws were made of paper. Notions were stored behind the counter and a sales rep handed you the product instead of triple packaged self serve. We played outside even in winter and made up our own games. You drank out of glass and then washed and reused it. Food was real. Eliminate most plastic toys. Even cars were made of metal instead of plastic. Restaurant doggie bags were paper bags. Did you know the plastic in the ocean breaks down into tiny pieces the fish then consume and then you get to eat the plastic. P

  • Leen Z.
    09/11/2018 06:08

    😍

  • Jaime-Lee K.
    09/11/2018 09:34

    Me, I was one of the ones who started crying in the exhibit hall and it was the start of a life changing journey for me and my family. Travelling the world with our kids we have seen so much pollution since we visited the washed ashore project that we had our eyes opened to here. Now we live very different lives and are trying to spread the message and share the educational values of the washed ashore project back in the UK!

  • Kalpana R.
    09/11/2018 11:46

    Please make snake

  • Shirley S.
    09/11/2018 15:39

    😃

  • Paul W.
    09/11/2018 17:50

    Excellent

  • Jesse C.
    09/12/2018 03:44

    Magdalena Phillips

  • Ayşe H.
    09/12/2018 17:49

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  • Liberty P.
    09/12/2018 19:24

    , , 💕

  • Edgard T.
    09/13/2018 00:04

    John Ruiz

  • Tom W.
    09/13/2018 02:20

    y

  • Lisa M.
    09/13/2018 10:25

    y

  • Kristen H.
    09/13/2018 12:51

    💙

  • Adelaida A.
    09/14/2018 08:02

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