There are millions of dolphins out in the oceans and they are declining fast because people couldn’t take another 12 steps to get to the trash cans that are all over the place in cities. Teens are the ones who mostly litter. Kamilo, an island in Hawaii is surrounded by thousands pieces of trash. They now call that place the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It used to be a beautiful island but is now ruined by trash.
Abigail tells us that noise pollution is hurting animals that use sonar to get around are becoming closer to extinction. The animals hear sonar devices, sound waves from boats, and oil rigs that are really loud. This can cause the animals to have mass strandings, reckless diving, being unable to find food, and have chronic stress. Abigail goes on to inform us that cruise ships have also done a great deal of damage to the ocean life. Since there are poor laws in place regarding the way they dispose of the waste from the ships, it all goes into the ocean untreated with many harmful bacteria, pathogens, and other stuff we dispose of.
Ocean Pollution DBQ Did you know that every year, eight million metric tons of plastic is dumped or somehow ends up in the ocean (Doc. 1)? The following sentences will talk about what people are doing to pollute the oceans and how they are making the pollution better. Humans are the biggest threat to animals in the ocean because they litter so much (OI). Sometimes, people litter without even knowing they're littering.
(Britannica, 583)eb They are named green sea turtles because of their fat not their shell. They have a lifespan of 80 years and their scientific name is Chelonia mydas. A lot of people have done bad thing to this beautiful creature. In Australia 100,000 turtles are killed each year for their shell and meat. (www.world wildlife.org) Also destruction crews will come to the beaches at destroy them.
Another thing that effects the blue crab 's ecosystem is its environmental threats. To begin, one of the environmental threats that blue crabs face is pollution. In the text, it states, “Approximately 6.4 million tons of plastic and other debris enter the oceans each year. And every year., more than 1 million marine animals die from eating or getting caught in this debris,” (Dignan 13). This shows that an environmental threat that blue crabs face is pollution because if about 1 million animals are dying each year because of pollution, we have a serious problem.
Marine mammals such as seals are being found entangled in plastic fishnets and several drown. It is tragic that the oceans have large amounts of plastic contamination which is causing problems with marine life and beach birds. It is discovered that these animals are mistaking small plastic debris for food, Susan Casey in her article, “Our Oceans Are Turning Into Plastic…Are You?”
Argumentative Essay Deanna Wood Mrs. Tubergan and Mrs. Rhodes English 6 12 March 2018 Each year sea turtles, such as the Loggerhead Sea Turtles, get closer and closer to extinction because of threats they face every single day. They die from fishing nets, marine debris and oil spills. Loggerhead Turtles will be extinct if we don’t stop causing the harmful threats we are doing. First, oil spills is a big problem in killing our sea turtles. According to Sea Turtles Conservancy there has been a study in 1994 on baby sea turtles, that 63% of all the baby sea turtles had tar inside of their bodies.
The Depressing Life Did you know Immigrant life is really rough. I think that their life was really awful. It was hard what they were going though. Now I am going to tell you a story about Crossing the Ocean and three details what the story was about. Three details about Crossing the Ocean are that people got diseases that killed have of the crew another reason is storms blew immigrant vessels off the boat.
It is the place our children dream about. Then why are we killing it and the wondrous animals that live in it? The Pacific oceans gyre is a swirling pile of garbage. The continuous dumping of plastic into the ocean has caused the gyre to increase to be larger than the state of Texas. The article, Sailing to the Pacific Ocean's Trash Vortex, talks about how the North Pacific gyre is not a solid
Therefore the fish die. Not only does fishing equipment cause these deaths, but so does trash. I live in Ghana which happens to be on the Atlantic ocean. The people here dump their trash in the Atlantic ocean. So many of time what happens is fish get all caught up in the peoples mess, and they die as a