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Heart Wrenching Images of Dead Sea Birds with Plastic in Stomach

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Photographer, Chris Jordan, who spends significant time in vast scale works that portray the extent of our consumerism and its effect on our condition, has presented to us these tragic pictures of feathered creatures killed by ingesting plastics that has polluted our seas and oceans
For a long time, the Seattle-based picture taker and a team of cinematographers have been recording the albatross bird living and reproducing on the island of Midway Atoll, in the Pacific,  2,400 miles from Alaska. These Birds typically feed on  squid and different creatures that swim on the surface of the water, have rather been unintentionally eating bits of  plastic that floats on the surface, confusing them as food and nourishment. These Birds then return to their Young ones and feed them with the same plastic they gathered from seas. 
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More pictures at www.chrisjordan.com/gallery/midway/. Official website: www.midwayjourney.com

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