The consequence that come with the world development is the pollution, which is slowly killing our planet. Hundreds to thousands of animals' lives has been taken because of plastics contamination. Plastics can be considered one of the most harmful invention to the environment that human has ever created, and the oceanic biodiverisity is the one that has to suffer the most from plastics pollution.
Plastic waste is found everywhere, from the Arctic to Antarctica. It clogs street drains in our urban areas; it litters campgrounds and national parks, and is even heaping up on Mount Everest. Be that as it may, thanks runoff, and to our affection for directly dumping our garbage into the river or lake, plastic is becoming progressively regular on the world's ocean.
Piles of plastic garbage have been found everywhere in the ocean, from probably the remotest bit of soil on earth, Henderson Island, a small uninhabited coral atoll in the Pacific Ocean, to the most profound spot on Earth, the Mariana Trench, which plummets to a depth of 10,994 meters (36,070 feet) underneath ocean level. As that flotilla of escaped rubber duckies demonstrated, floating plastic even forms huge "trash patches" whirling gradually in the center of the Pacific Ocean, hundreds to thousands of kilometers from land.
However, more than floating around in the water segment, plastic garbage is found in the guts of over 90% of the world's ocean birds, in the stomachs of the more than 50% of the world's ocean turtles, and it's also cause many death of whales by choking. At the rate at which plastic is accumulating in the seas of the planet, it's anticipated that, by 2050, the mass of plastic on the planet's seas will surpass the mass of all the fish that live there.