When you See These Distrubing Photos You’ll Definitely Go On A Recycling Craze!

These distrubing photos show the effect of not recycling on animals. It’s pretty obvious that humanity has not been great to this beautiful world. We trash air, oceans, and even space. It’s as though nothing is sacred to us.

But at the same time, millions of people are rising up and demanding that enough is enough. We’re demaning to put an end to all the waste and harm people have been doing. We’re demaning that we respect and love this beautiful planet, and that we do our part to protect it.

After seeing these photos, you’ll definitely want to go on a recycling crazy.

The sea turtle is an endangered species. This photo shows a young sea turtle caught in a fisherman’s net. The effect that water polution has on animals is disgusting. We need to stop this tragedy from happening. This poor seal would be alive were it not for litter. This seal has suffered a bad wound caused by the harm of debris. By recycling waste we can help clean up the world so animals do not get hurt. This bird drowned in oil from an oil spill. Oil spills kill too many birds every year. We can save birds by cleaning up the ocean. This photo might not show an animal, but it does show how disgusting water pollution in the seas and oceans is. Environmental pollution and litter harms animals. This young seal has a waster bag over his head preventing him from breathing properly. This turtle has been caught in a metal ring that is constricting its stomach, causing the turtle to become malformed. This young walrus is caught in human waste. Walruses are killed every year because of litter and waster. Please recycle.

 

Paul Martin Harrison

Paul Harrison is a meditation teacher, author and journalist based in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. Paul has helped thousands of people to discovery their true potential. Don’t miss Paul’s inspirational and enlightening book Journey To The Buddha Within You.

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