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English: Polystyrene salvaged from the sea off the north coast of Hainan Province, China. The pieces are mainly from seafood storage boxes. Most of these balls are about 2 metres high. Hundreds of them are placed on the land by the east coast of Xinbu Island, presumably awaiting transportation to a recycling facility.
Date 5 April 2012
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Author Anna Frodesiak


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