MASSIVE BEACH CLEANUP FOR HONG KONG SEA TURTLES

Hong Kong – More than two thousand volunteers hit the beach on an outlying island of Hong Kong for a mass rubbish cleanup Sunday, May 27, as environment campaigners warned plastic is killing sea turtles and other wildlife. There has been increasing concern over the amount ...

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