2008 albatross carcass

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Bottle caps and other plastic objects are visible inside the decomposed carcass of this Laysan albatross on Kure Atoll, which lies in a remote and virtually uninhabited region of the North Pacific.The bird probably mistook the plastics for food and ingested them while foraging for prey

Kure Vanderlip

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Bottle caps and other plastic objects are visible inside the decomposed carcass of this Laysan albatross on Kure Atoll, which lies in a remote and virtually uninhabited region of the North Pacific.The bird probably mistook the plastics for food and ingested them while foraging for prey

Kure Vanderlip

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Bottle caps and other plastic objects are visible inside the decomposed carcass of this Laysan albatross on Kure Atoll, which lies in a remote and virtually uninhabited region of the North Pacific.The bird probably mistook the plastics for food and ingested them while foraging for prey

Kure Vanderlip
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