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ᴇ ᴄ ᴏ ᴄ ᴇ ᴀ ɴ ɪ ᴄ  s ᴡ ɪ ᴍ (@ecoceanic) Instagram Profile Photo ecoceanic

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Instagram Image by ᴇ ᴄ ᴏ ᴄ ᴇ ᴀ ɴ ɪ ᴄ  s ᴡ ɪ ᴍ (@ecoceanic) with caption : "🐢 Did you know 12 million metric tons of plastic enter our oceans every year?!... And that is choking our marine life. I" at Coogee, New South Wales, Australia - 1719639936171631915

🐢 Did you know 12 million metric tons of plastic enter our oceans every year?!... And that is choking our marine life. In fact, studies show that up to 90% of seabirds now have plastic in their stomachs. We need to act urgently to rectify this. FACT🔴 plastic bottles are one of the most commonly found items on beach cleans and on the ocean’s surface. What can you do? CHOSE TO REUSE 👉 Buy a reusable bottle & take it everywhere you go🌍 Stylish, Earth bottle features: ✅Purple colour ✅Matte finishing ✅500mL capacity ✅Material: 18/8 double-walled stainless steel, non-toxic, non-leaching and BPA free ✒Engraved text 'ECOCEANIC  Protect what you love' 💧🚫 Won't bead on the outside - Phone, bag and hands stay dry making it perfect to take everywhere! ❄Double insulated walls meaning will stay HOT for 12 hours and COLD for 24 hours. ✅Wide enough for ice-cubes ⚠Our oceans can’t stomach any more plastic⚠ 🐢 Please tag your friends & share this post to spread awareness ⬇ Shop now, link in bio. Written by @oceanmelli 💙

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Simone Los

Instagram Image by Simone Los (@losjes) with caption : "At the Lush summit last week, I got the chance to dress up as one of my favorite animals yay! I learned that these gorge" at London, United Kingdom - 1719481208683261012

At the Lush summit last week, I got the chance to dress up as one of my favorite animals yay! I learned that these gorgeous animals are not just endangered because they are being killed for their fins, but shark liver oil (squalene) is also used in cosmetics like lipstick and moisturizers. You can help put a stop to this by making people aware and making sure your cosmetics is cruelty free! _____ water

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Tahnee-Lee Burke⚘

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People protect what they love. Sharks are in trouble. We have work to do. And we don't have much time. Shark populations are down more than 90%. Experts estimate that within a decade, most species of sharks will be lost. Threatening the stability of marine ecosystems. 💙 In a performance protest against the Australian shark cull and the global slaughter of sharks, @hannahmermaid risked it all to dance on the sea floor with swarms of tiger sharks up to 17 feet long without any dive or protective gear. The goal is to inspire mainstream audiences across the globe to protect our ocean’s vulnerable marine creatures...before it's too late. 🧜‍♀️ 💙🦈 @sharkfinfree       water

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Fin Free Sydney

Instagram Image by Fin Free Sydney (@finfreesydney) with caption : "Shocked? 
Fresh shark fins were on display and for sale this week at Samjon Seafood in Westfield Warringah Mall. Many pe" at Westfield Warringah Mall - 1719416821922570048

Shocked? Fresh shark fins were on display and for sale this week at Samjon Seafood in Westfield Warringah Mall. Many people believe that this is illegal, but it is not. It is legal in Australia to land a shark whole and sell their fins. Australia makes thousands - millions of dollars off the export of shark fins every year. It's Australia's dark secret and what the Government don't want you to know. While Samjon Seafood hasn't broken the law they are contributing to the destruction of the ocean and global shark population crisis. Sharks are apex predators and just like orcas, lions and tigers, they should be respected and not eaten. If their place in the marine ecosystem doesn't matter to you, then the fact that their body contains dangerous levels of poisonous metals, should. Feel free to call (02) 99071525 to politely express your concern on this matter. If you are successful with getting an email for Samjon Seafoods, please get in touch. Photo via @pauldegelder . . . . water