Huong Ngo

By Huong Ngo

LifeBuzz Staff

Guy Collected 35 Bags Of Trash From Beach, Turned It Into Amazing Art.

“I am fairly used to it as I have been doing it for four years," Arnold told Cornwall Live.

"But the way it was this time was a shock to me, it was desperate."

“I am fairly used to it as I have been doing it for four years," Arnold told Cornwall Live.

“I really felt it had gone too far and it may be too late to clean it up, but I thought we may as well try."

"It was like the ocean had vomited it out and presented it to us and I felt it was our duty to clean it up.”

“I really felt it had gone too far and it may be too late to clean it up, but I thought we may as well try."

In just that one day alone, Arnold and the volunteers were able to fill up 35 trash bags.

He found various little objects and random artifacts.

In just that one day alone, Arnold and the volunteers were able to fill up 35 trash bags.

Plastic has become the most common type of marine debris found in the ocean.

This is horrible news as the plastic has proven to be very harmful to marine life.

Plastic has become the most common type of marine debris found in the ocean.

Microplastics are exactly what they sound like: smaller pieces of plastic.

Such pieces are less than 5 mm long. Nurdles are small plastic pellets, which is the raw material most plastic goods are made out of.

Microplastics are exactly what they sound like: smaller pieces of plastic.

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