The world in which we now live is no longer secure or pleasant. Because of greed and the need for more, environmental pollution has surpassed tobacco as the top cause of mortality worldwide.
Many innocent animals risk their lives due to the oil we waste in streams, the papers we dump on the floor, and the polythene we throw everywhere. I’m confident that we will soon be forced to pay for the oxygen we breathe.
When they throw their trash all over the place and relax in their air-conditioned houses, no one thinks about anything but their own personal pleasure and satisfaction. We aren’t affected by environmental contamination since we don’t have access to good drinking water. Our house wasn’t destroyed, and we’re not the ones forced to feed our children with sand!
According to research, pollution kills 1 million seabirds and 100 million mammals each year. If we continue to neglect this problem, we will all suffer like never before. All of the world’s rainforests and glaciers will be gone, along with all of its animals. Until then, only inhuman humans will suffer the repercussions, and by then, it will be too late to do anything about it.
Pictures like the ones below will help you see the world as it really is! Examine the data and make your own conclusions about what to do and not to do to avert disaster.
a jellyfish’s cotton bud
Sealion with its mouth full of smashed plastic bottles
The plastic glove contains fish
The plunge of Sea Lion into Plastic Waste
A razor snare led to the death of a bird.
Sea Turtles in Danger of Being Captured
The crab is confined to an old bottle where it can’t get out.
Plastic has encased birds’ necks and beaks.
This turtle’s waist couldn’t expand since it was encased in plastic.
Unable to open the bag due to the seal being locked inside
A bird is killed by being snared.
Plastic is being consumed by a sea turtle.
Blue whale in a polluted sea
a sea turtle is caught in a fishing net by accident
A fishing net has snagged a sea turtle.