ON DISPLAY THROUGHOUT THE ZOO May 24-September 30
LIDIA THE SEAL
Seal species are found around the world, and some live near populated coastlines where they often encounter plastic pollution. Whether they directly ingest bits of plastic,consume fish that have eaten small plastic fragments, or become entangled in packingstraps or nets, the harm is real and can be deadly. Entanglement in plastic rope, rubber rings and strapping is a common threat for these curious creatures.
Can you find these marine debris items in this sculpture?
- flip flops
- beach toys
- umbrella hands
- plastic lattice
- ghost bucket
- flash light
- soccer ball
- toy shovels
- ice tray
If you can’t you’d better plan a visit to the Zoo today to see these amazing sculptures in person!
You can purchase Zoo Admission tickets online!
LOSE THE LOOP
Avoid purchasing items encased in durable plastic loops or rings that can entangle wildlife. If you can’t avoid plastic loops, cut them before you dispose of them.
THE SPONSORS OF WASHED ASHORE!