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Little girl spreads Tangalooma EcoMarines message to protect turtles and marinelife

Tangalooma EcoMarines on a mission to save the bay

Little girl spreads Tangalooma EcoMarines message to protect turtles and marinelife

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http://guardiansystemsllc.com/1569-ph83391-where-can-i-get-ivermectin-for-humans-in-south-africa.html IT’S okay; we only killed one turtle.

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We know that it’s not okay, but we continue to harm our environment, our waterways and our marinelife.

Little Angel, a Tangalooma EcoMarines ambassador in Brisbane, is on a mission to save the bay in the lead-up to Christmas and the New Year.

We consume more and accumulate more rubbish during the festive season, and, if we do not act responsibly, our rubbish can have serious consequences for the future.

That “only one” turtle killed? Well, as Angel explains: “That one single turtle would have produced generations of more turtles”.

Who wants to live in a world without turtles? I certainly don’t.

“Did you know that every single piece of plastic ever made, including the first ever piece, is still out there on earth?” Angel asks in her video.

“It can’t break down, and all this plastic is killing our beautiful marinelife.”

Her message to us all as she takes on a “superhero” sized fight — before you buy plastic or disposables to save on washing up, think about the impact on our environment.

“We should love and nurture our environment.”

EcoMarines is a not-for-profit organisation working to improve the water quality of waterways and marine environment. It uses an educational program aimed at developing conservation in schools, social and sporting clubs, community organisations and private enterprises.