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Whale Carcass spurts out 1000 plastic pieces including 2 flip-flops

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Whale Carcass spurts out 1000 plastic pieces including 2 flip-flops

The dead carcass of a sperm whale recently made the headlines when it washed up ashore the National Park located in Indonesia. It carried around 13 pounds worth plastic waste inside its stomach. According to reports, the rescuers from the Wakatobi National Park actually discovered a massive lump comprised of plastic waste lodged inside this carcass dated Monday.

This sperm whale found on the shore was about 31-foot long and carried 4 plastic bottles, twenty-five plastic bags, 2 flip-flops, one nylon sack, 115 Styrofoam cups, along with several mixed pieces of random plastic items. The picture of the items found inside the mammal was posted over Twitter by World Wildlife Fund.

Dwi Suprapti, the Conservation Coordinator for Marine Species at WWF mentioned that no cause for the death of the animal has yet been deduced. However, the facts visible to the eyes in terms of plastic waste is pretty serious a cause to be alarmed.

She also added that the animal was in its advanced state in terms of decay which disabled them from extracting the exact cause of death and whether it was plastic that actually killed it. Indonesia has been ailing from plastic problem; it ranks as the 2nd biggest polluter in terms of plastic waste.

Jenny is one of the oldest contributors of Bigtime Daily with a unique perspective of the world events. She aims to empower the readers with delivery of apt factual analysis of various news pieces from around the World.

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The Hidden Life of a Crypto Fraudster: Ravi Soni

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Ravi Soni has established himself as a master of deception in the crypto world. For over two years, he has been involved in P2P transactions, manipulating the system to send fraudulent money to unsuspecting victims. His crimes extend beyond the digital realm, having previously duped individuals with fake PR and e-commerce ventures.

Living in Bangalore, far from his family, Soni disguises himself as a legitimate entrepreneur. This separation allows him to conduct his scams without arousing suspicion among those who know him personally. His actions have left a trail of financial ruin for many, highlighting the need for greater vigilance in online transactions.

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