Sperm whale found dead southeast china

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A dead sperm whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had consumed a horrifying collection of plastic trash, including drinking cups, 25 plastic bags, plastic bottles, two flip-flops and a bag containing more than 1, pieces of string. The rotting carcass of the foot 9. A whale shark swims beside a plastic bag in the Gulf of Aden near Yemen. Although whale sharks are the biggest fish in the sea, they're still threatened by ingesting small bits of plastic.

Sperm whale found dead with 13 pounds of plastic in its stomach

6 kg of garbage found in dead whale's stomach in Wakatobi - National - The Jakarta Post

Your browser is out of date, and may not be compatible with our website. A list of the most popular web browsers can be found below. Just click on the icons to get to the download page. A team from Wakatobi National Park found on Monday about 5. It measured 9. The head of the park, Heri Santoso, said when his team found the whale on Sunday, it had already begun to decompose. A tweet from the WWF explained that due to its condition, the team could not confirm whether the garbage had been the cause of the whale's death.

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A dead sperm whale that washed ashore in a national park in Indonesia had nearly 6kg 13 lbs of plastic waste in its stomach, park officials say. Items found included drinking cups, four plastic bottles, 25 plastic bags and two flip-flops. The carcass of the 9.
A dead whale that washed ashore in eastern Indonesia had a large lump of plastic waste in its stomach, including drinking cups and flip-flops, a park official said Tuesday, causing concern among environmentalists and government officials in one of the world's largest plastic polluting countries. Rescuers from Wakatobi National Park found the rotting carcass of the 9. Santoso said researchers from wildlife conservation group WWF and the park's conservation academy found about 5. She said it was not possible to determine whether the plastic had caused the whale's death because of the animal's advanced state of decay.