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Discusses how trash ends up in the ocean and the ways that plastic trash can harm marine organisms, even if it breaks down.

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    Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    by CK-12 //basic
    This video describes the formation of the Texas-sized Great Pacific Garbage and the damage it wrecks on marine organisms living in the area.
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    Captain Charles Moore on the Seas of Plastic

    Captain Charles Moore on the Seas of Plastic

    by CK-12 //basic
    In this video, Moore discusses the devastating effects of pollution in the ocean and shows shocking pictures of miles and miles of trash floating in the ocean.
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    Great Pacific Garbage Dump

    Great Pacific Garbage Dump

    by CK-12 //basic
    Describes the formation of the Texas-sized Great Pacific Garbage and the damage it wrecks on marine organisms living in the area. ABC Nightline investigates the growing problem of plastic waste in the ocean.
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