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Heartbreaking Photos Of Pollution That Will Inspire You To Recycle

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Living in a culture of mindless consumption, we are unaware of how are actions are influencing the world around us.

Below are some of the most heart-breaking photos you’ll ever see which will hopefully inspire you to recycle, clean the environment, and help make this world a better place for each and every living being.

Tortoise Trapped By Plastic

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Koala Lost Her Home

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Turtle Trapped In Plastic Waste Couldn’t Grow

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Bird In Oil Spill

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Albatross Killed By Excessive Plastic Ingestion In Midway Islands (North Pacific)

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Suffering Seal Not Safe In Its Own Habitat

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Oiled Penguins

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Surfing On A Wave Full Of Trash In Java (Indonesia), The World’s Most Populated Island

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He Spends Each Morning Looking For Recyclable Plastic That He Can Sell For 35 Cents Per Kilo To Help His Family

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Fake Hong Kong Skyline For Tourists

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Seal’s Nose Trapped In Plastic Waste

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Boy Swimming In Polluted Water In India

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Child Drinks Water From Stream In Fuyuan County, Yunnan Province

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Mexico City Landscape, 20 Million Inhabitants

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Child Swims In A Polluted Reservoir, Pingba

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Landscape Full Of Trash In Bangladesh

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Great Wall Of China, Shame

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Residents Look At A Heavily Polluted River, Zhugao, Sichuan Province

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A Mute Swan Builds A Nest Using Plastic Garbage

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Landfill In Accra (Ghana). Our Electronic Rubbish Usually Ends Up In Third-world Countries

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Man Walks By Pipe Discharging Waste Water Into Yangtze River

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Journalist Takes A Sample Of Polluted Red Water From Jianhe River

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A Family Walks On A Garbage-strewn Beach In Mumbai

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Fire At Oil Platform In Gulf Of Mexico, April 2010

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Boy Tries To Avoid Scattered Rubbish Floating On A Flooded Street In Shantou, Guangdong Province

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California Drought

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Indonesian Forest Transformed Into Palm Plantation

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Part Of The Amazonian Jungle In Brazil, Burnt Down To Be “Repurposed”

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This port was originally published on boredpanda.com
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