Seven tonnes of marine plastic pollution collected on remote Arnhem Land beach
Further evidence that plastic does not discriminate as it spreads across the planet: the marine conservation organisation Sea Shepherd said it is washing up in large quantities on a remote Australian beach.
Sea Shepherd joined Indigenous rangers in picking up more than seven tonnes of marine plastic pollution on a two-kilometre stretch of Djulpan beach, in northeastern Arnhem Land.
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(Photo credit: Rebecca Griffiths/Sea Shepherd)