A lobster with a pincer with a picture of Pepsi cans discovered in Canadian waters made many people worried about the negative impact of ocean waste on the marine ecology.
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This lobster was discovered by a fisherman off the coast of Grand Manan Island, New Brunswick province. On its porthole appeared a strange drawing with a shape very similar to Pepsi cans.
Currently, the unknown origin of the “tattoo” of lobster, it is printed directly from a cans of Pepsi or wire from another object.
The image of a lobster with a Pepsi-shaped tattoo of a tattoo has spread on the internet at a dizzying speed on the internet, making many people worried about the pollution of waste on the world’s great oceans.
Karissa Lindstrand, a fisherman who caught this particular shrimp, said that she had never witnessed such a scene during her four years of struggling with the fishing industry. The amount of waste in New Brunswick is currently accumulating a lot under the water.
Not only New Brunswick, pollution of the marine environment is becoming increasingly common throughout the world.
According to statistics, there are 5250 billion all kinds of plastic floating on the ocean by 2015. Last year, it was discovered a huge landfill weighing nearly 18 tons, the size of the country of Mexico. – she floats in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.
Each year, about 13 million tons of plastic are dumped into the ocean adversely affecting the marine environment and marine life because they often mistake them for food and are often swallowed.
According to Dame Ellen MacArthur, a British sailor, who holds the world record for sailing alone around the world, once warned, by 2050 the sea will have more plastic waste than fish. by mass.
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