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    A sea turtle was found towing a load of cocaine


    Ozclubbers_Staff

    An innocent turtle has found himself in an entangled mess with a large $53 million worth of cocaine out somewhere in the East Pacific ocean.

    The US Guard spotted the loggerhead turtle who had unfortunately found himself strapped to this heavy batch of drugs, and rescued it from the chafing and strenuous pulling the turtle had found himself stuck in.

    Don’t dump your rocks in the water, this is a serious issue. Pollution is not to be taken lightly and there’s no excuse for this type of treatment towards this poor turtle.

    Clean up your act whoever you are, and get your toxins out of the natural environment.

    (Source: Mixmag)

    Source: Stoney Roads

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