Campaign to address single-use plastic used in subsistence fisheries: Fishermen use frozen ice packed in single-use transparent plastic to cool their fish catch when they are out at sea. Upon returning to the harbour the ice has defrosted and the plastic is discarded in the water. The bags are found in different levels of the water column and eventually part end up on beaches. In the water column the bags resemble jelly-fish; the world’s oceans jellyfish are frequently consumed by a diverse range of marine predators including fish, birds, turtles, and various invertebrates including octopus, sea cucumbers, crabs, and amphipods; Feeding on jellyfish makes marine predators susceptible to ingestion of plastics.

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