Environmental Issue: Underwater footage of Plastic in the Ocean stock video

Phi Phi Islands, Thailand, 10 Seconds or Greater, Abandoned, Accidents and Disasters

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Stock video ID:978357408
Upload date:June 18, 2018

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Plastic bags, bottles and cups float in the Ocean. Seemingly harmless, they represent the massive environmental issue that is Global Ocean Pollution. Plastic in the Ocean is said to be one of the largest threats to our ocean ecosystems. Over 8 million tonnes is dumped in the Ocean every year. Discarded, abandoned or obsolete items which become dangerous garbage, is responsible for the deaths of huge amounts of Marine Life every year, through entanglement and consumption. The location here is Phi Phi Islands, Krabi, Thailand.