6 thoughts on “The Great Pacific Garbage Patch

    • It appears to be some sort of yet-to-be classified sea creature. Possibly one of only a few of its kind. It seems to have fallen victim to mankind’s pollution that has collected, via ocean currents, in the Pacific ocean. The fate is the same for other previously-classified sea cratures such as as birds, turtles, and whales.

  1. that’s photoshop plesiosaurs like the depiction of an elasmosaur in the image went extinct millions of years ago and the garage patch isn’t that thick either

  2. I’m sorry, but isn’t the photoshopped plesiosaur the joke? Why is everyone pointing out that it’s fake? did I stumble onto some inside joke thing? Or is somebody non ironically posting it as truth? Whatever the case, this majestic and rare creature deserves better than the crushing weight of plastic around it’s neck. It’s hopes and dreams perhaps
    not enough to completely distract it from the depressing debris polluting its natural habitat. Ever lower the creature dives, where at least in the depths of the ocean trash cannot follow. It ponders how to keep the necklaces of soft plastic rings from its offsprings necks. What is Gatorade? It asks. One unintended side effect of being surrounded by labels is that the sea creatures can now read them. What a horrible reminder of the fact that it is 2020 and WE STILL DUMP GARBAGE IN THE OCEAN.

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