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Montevideo American-News
SeaWorld Goes Green
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Sept. 19, 2013 5:05 p.m.

Photo: sandor/morguefile.com  One of the biggest groups of plastic litter's victims worldwide is marine life; nonbiodegradable materials often make their way to the ocean, where they entrap birds, clog the stomachs of fish and marine mammals, and kill scores of creatures. So it makes sense for San Diego's SeaWorld to be particularly concerned about the rise of marine litter, which is why it was a surprise that until very recently, it used plastic and styrofoam at its restaurants and service areas.  See full article.

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