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The incredible rubbish density on Henderson Island has horrified researchers.

Wellington, New Zealand (AP) -- When researchers traveled to a tiny, uninhabited island in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, they were astonished to find an estimated 38 million pieces of trash washed up on the beaches.

Pristine paradise to rubbish dump: the same Pacific island, 23 years apart | The Planet

Pristine paradise to rubbish dump: the same Pacific island, 23 years apart | The Planet

Humans are putting 8 million metric tons of plastic in the oceans — annually - The Washington Post

Humans are putting 8 million metric tons of plastic in the oceans — annually

Environmental Humans are putting 8 million metric tons of plastic in the oceans - annually

Tangled up in blue: an Antarctic fur seal caught in a fishing net, South Georgia Island.

"The Devolution of the Seas: The Consequences of Oceanic Destruction" Tangled up in blue: an Antarctic fur seal caught in a fishing net, South Georgia Island.

A new material called plastiglomerate has been discovered on Hawaii's Kamilo Beach. The rock is the result of melted plastic trash on beaches mixing with sediment, basaltic lava fragments and organic debris, such as shells. Shown here, a type of plastiglomerate called clastic, found on Kamilo Beach.

Plastic Legacy: Humankind's Trash Is Now a New Rock

A new material called plastiglomerate has been discovered on Hawaii's Kamilo Beach. The rock is the result of melted plastic trash on beaches mixing with sediment, basaltic lava fragments and organic debris, such as shells.

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Photos Highlight Massive Island of Plastic Trash in the Maldives Alison Teal walking through “Trash Island,” a giant landfill in the Maldives that gets up to 400 tons of trash per day. (All photos:.

Density-Driven/Thermohaline Circulation - Water

Density-Driven/Thermohaline Circulation - Water

Yamuna River;Yamuna River, India The Yamuna is the largest tributary of the Ganges River. Where it flows through Delhi, it's estimated that 58 percent of the city's waste gets dumped straight into the river. Millions of Indians still rely on these murky, sewage-filled waters for washing, waste disposal and drinking water.

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The Yamuna is the largest tributary of the Ganges River. Where it flows through Delhi, it's estimated that 58 percent of the city's waste gets dump

We all need to start changing our lifestyles, this is just wrong. Cleaning Up the Oceans Plastic Soup

Cleaning Up the Oceans' 'Plastic Soup'

We all need to start changing our lifestyles, this is just wrong. Cleaning Up the Oceans Plastic Soup is so gross.

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