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Movie shows danger of plastic

Monday 29 January 2018 | Published in Environment

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Movie shows danger of plastic
Te Ipukarea Society staff (from left): Kelvin Passfi eld, Mary McDonald, Alanna Smith and Chris Benson. 18012501

As plastic waste moves from our land and into our oceans, it poisons and mutilates the sea life it comes into contact with, and ultimately enters our bodies through the food we eat.

As plastic waste moves from our land and into our oceans, it poisons and mutilates the sea life it comes into contact with, and ultimately enters our bodies through the food we eat.


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