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Old 26 January 2013, 15:06   #1
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Plastic-Filled Albatrosses

Because they travel such vast distances they are one of the top indicator species!

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No wonder one had chronic diarrhoea on my tent
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Because they travel such vast distances they are one of the top indicator species!
That is very depressing. Lost count of the times that I've passed fishing net, driftwood and general flotsam. Personally anyone that ditches rubbish at sea should be publically flogged. Could be because I've been following Sir Trevor Mcdonald's Death Row series!
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