These Photos Of Pollution Will Make You Recycle!

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Ever since man had roamed the earth, we had been contributing to it’s pollution. However 30 years ago, over 20 million Americans founded Earth day and have been growing in numbers in keeping the environment as clean as they can. Today, over 200 million people around the world show support for Earth Day. However, though they fight as hard as they can to fight pollution, it seems that garbage is a universal burden imposed upon us humans. Let these photos of pollution, extreme photos of pollution to be exact, make you change your mind the next time you throw a cigarette butt to the ground. Think about these photos of pollution before you think twice about recycling, and you’ll easily decide that, by recycling, we can make the world a cleaner habitat.


 

1. A child swimming in polluted reservoir in Pingba

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2. The turtle trapped in plastic when it was younger and now couldn’t grow properly

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3. The landscape that’s full of trash in Bangladesh

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4. A koala who lost her home due to excessive and illegal logging

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5. Man cleaning an oil spill in Dalian Port, Liaoning

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6. Another tortoise trapped by plastic, inhibiting it’s proper growth

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7. A landscape of over 20 million inhabitants in Mexico City

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8. A bird drenched in oil spill

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9. Man cleaning away dead fishes in China

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10. An albatross that died from ingesting excessive plastic

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11. An oil field in California

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12. A seal suffering from wounds received from plastic wires

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13. A girl walking through smog in Beijing

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14. A stork trapped in plastic

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15. A child drinking from a polluted stream in Yunnan Province

A child drinks water near a stream in Fuyuan county


16. Surfing in Indonesia in a wave full of trash

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17. A boy swimming in trash-filled waters in India

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18. A fake skyline for tourists in Hong Kong

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19. Stork in an oil spill

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20. Penguins drenched in oil from a nearby oil spill

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21. A seal’s nose trapped in plastic waste

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22. A boy diving for recyclable plastic that can later be solved for 35 cents per kilo

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